Walking Sticks and Worms

 

In Africa, nature just comes right up and knocks on your front door. :)

In Africa, nature just comes right up and knocks on your front door. 🙂

And then there are the masonja. I don't know what they are in English!

And then there are the masonja. I don’t know what they are in English!

 

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6 Responses to Walking Sticks and Worms

  1. Melenie says:

    Those are also called Mopane worms. If you ask around, they will tell you that people eat them, They are a great source of protein. I have not eaten them, but I remember my grandfather used to.

  2. EEK! I’m so not a bug person!

  3. Caroline C-T says:

    I think I’d have to be very hungry indeed to even consider eating one of those. I’m with those who are terrified.

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