Insects are the New Ultimate Food Source Worldwide

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Little moving legs, small body and a hideous looking face. Not everyone is willing to enjoy this kind of meal because it''s simply not appealing. There are subcultures in wich insect eating is a delicatese or even an average habit. This documentary explain what's behind this kind of 'delicatese' and why whe should pay more attention to this.

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