Brazilian Tradition of Eating Ants

The frying and eating of queen ants dates back centuries, but pesticides used by the booming paper industry are now threatening the insects.

January 18, 2011

Silveiras, Brazil — In the town of Silveiras, Brazil, the frying and eating of queen ants dates back centuries, but pesticides used by the booming paper industry are now threatening the insects.

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