Australia (11/35)

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Witchetty grubs are small white larvae of the ghost moths which are native to Australia. They are dug out of the trunks and roots of gum trees during the summertime, and although the very thought of eating grubs may be frowned upon by Europeans, witchetty grubs have been an essential part of the Aboriginal diet for centuries.
Witchetty grubs are small white larvae of the ghost moths which are native to Australia. They are dug out of the trunks and roots of gum trees during the summertime, and although the very thought of eating grubs may be frowned upon by Europeans, witchetty grubs have been an essential part of the Aboriginal diet for centuries.