Gold star work, that.
I do associate wet markets with wild animal meats rather than the more familiar meat products. I'd agree that such places might be the only ones in which some people are able to sell what little produce they can grow or livestock they can raise. So if that's the case, unless there's a solution for people who rely on wet markets to put food on the table, whether in buying or selling, I'll continue to be unimpressed by those who protest the eating of a duck embryo, but are less bothered by the waste of a human one.
...Come to think of it, that does give me an idea.