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A young boy looks at fish for sale on Feb. 21 at the Chinatown Complex Wet Market in Singapore.
The Chinatown Complex Wet Market is a traditional Asian food market that boasts a peculiar collection of fresh seafood, meat, vegetables and a variety of regional delicacies. A "wet market" is named for the vast amount of water used to wash the floors, keep fruits and vegetables fresh and keep fish and shellfish alive.
So, what exactly can an adventurous eater expect from a market such as this?
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