Cockfight, one sport in Narino South of colombia
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Cocks are seen during a training in Pasto, Colombia June 2009. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

People attend a cockfight in Pasto, Colombia July 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

A man feeds chickens and cocks in Pasto, Colombia July 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

A cock is seen in a house in Pasto, Colombia June 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

A man goes to the cockfight in Pasto, Colombia June 2009. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

People attend a cockfight in Pasto, Colombia June 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

People attend a cockfight in Pasto, Colombia June 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

A cockfight is weighted before its fight in Pasto, Colombia July 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

People spend time playing cards before a cockfight in Pasto, Colombia July 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

A man carries a cock for its cockfight in Pasto, Colombia June 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

People prepare their cock for the next cockfight in Pasto, Colombia July 2009. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

People attend a cockfight in Pasto, Colombia June 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

A cock is sen after a cockfight in Pasto, Colombia June 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

People attend a cockfight in Pasto, Colombia June 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

People attend a cockfight in Pasto, Colombia June 2010. Cockfighting is considered a heinous blood sport by animal welfare but many countries in Latin America seems it like a sport which grow up every day by fans. VIEWPRESS/ Eric Bauer

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