Ammar Sabr, 19, of Baghdad had to turn away some customers because they couldn't afford the increased costs of the animals.
Ammar Sabr, 19, of Baghdad had to turn away some customers because they couldn't afford the increased costs of the animals. Jenan Hussein / MCT
Ammar Sabr, 19, of Baghdad had to turn away some customers because they couldn't afford the increased costs of the animals. Jenan Hussein / MCT

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