WHAT BUGS YOU?

With Spring in the air in Northern California, it is time for some bug facts.

The Roly-Poly bug known for its ability to roll up into a ball when threatened is a terrestrial crustacean, and it shows up on the top 16 best edible insect list. Apparently, they are rather tasty when roasted or fried and have a shrimp-like taste.

We have not tried it, but if you are game, let us know how they turn out.
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And, then there is the Japanese sea slug that self-decapitates and regenerates an entirely new body.

Sounds like a SciFi movie or a Hollywood celebrity plastic surgery gone awry.

Please folks, do not try this at home or anywhere else for that matter.

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