OH? Why should you be so shocked? I am shocked that you are shocked, hahaha, sorry, playing word games again!
Having seen you writing only in English and German, I was once convinced that you are not Chinese, but then, your "beautiful" English grammar had proven me wrong, over and over again. As a native Chinese, you would most certainly know about the food culture
of Chinese, and maybe you have even heard of this: "食在广州，穿在苏州，玩在杭州，死(寿)在柳州" ... and as far as Guang Zhou itself is concerned, there is one famous saying: "天上飞的，地上爬的，海里游的，只要是背朝天就能吃的"
Oh, when I said "turtle", I actually meant "tortoise", i.e. 甲鱼 (also known as 水鱼), not 龟 ... again, as a Chinese yourself, you will most certainly know that tortoise has an important place in Chinese medicine, and hence considered a delicacy in Chinese restaurants,
similar to 鮑參翅肚 (abalone, sea cucumber, shark's fin and fish maw) ... I dont really remember if I have ever eaten 龟, may be?
Yes, I am sure I have eaten kangaroos before, it tasted just like beef ... and no, I dont pick up dead kangaroo bodies (not "bodys", can never understand why you insisted on writing English) ... you can find good cuts of kangaroo meat from supermarkets and
also order it from many fancy restaurants ... and FYI, though "kangaroo" is a symbol of Australia, it is also a major threat to the Australian farmers, because they consumed the plantation necessary for herding cows, sheeps and horses etc, hence it is legal
to hunt them, not for fun, but to protect the live stocks and hence business
Oh, what you had described is really the life of savages ... I am not sure what prompted you to ask that, but it was (again) a clear display of you ignorance and rudeness, but because you had asked me similar questions many times before, so I guess I simply
must forgive you ...
To these days, I have yet to try dogs and cats yet ... been pondering about it though ...