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Insect Heroes Get a taste of the amazing world of some great edible insects via BUGfacts.net & National Geographic Kids.   Cricket “My Home: I am found in North America and throughout other parts of the world. ”   Grasshopper “I am found in gardens, fields, on crops and forests in almost all climates worldwide.”   Pill Bug (Rollie Pollie) “My Home: I am found in most regions of the world. I live in moist dark areas, under rocks, bark, leaves and logs.”     Rhinoceros Beetle Rhinoceros Beetles are among the largest of beetles in the world. The Rhinoceros Beetle is aptly named because[...]
Can we really afford to keep producing food the way we do today, and still provide for generations to come? Both human and animal food production as it currently stands is a very wasteful process. And when you take into account that: by 2050, food production is projected to increase by about 70 percent globally and nearly 100 percent in developing countries We need to start changing the way we approach food production, before the problems become too big to handle. It’s starting to become a question of global food security! But what are some of the issues that causing so[...]
Have you ever considered eating an insect, even just for fun? Maybe not. What are your alternative sources of protein then? Not meat, or even fish, but something like soy or beans or even eggs? If you are a vegetarian or vegan, this is a daily concern. And even if you are not, it’s good to eat something different once in a while, right? But some people don’t have this luxury, and in the not too distant future, you might not either. How about eating insects for protein then? The Need for Alternative Protein Sources Do you know how many[...]
The following are 8 Fun Facts About Insects that we have collected for you in a lovely slide deck. Did you know that insects are an excellent source of high quality protein? They are! There are probably a lot of things that you didn’t know about insects and how they are paving the way for a more sustainable food-source in our future. Let us know if you have any to add!   8 Crunchy Facts About Insects – You Probably Didn’t Know [SlideDeck] 1. You need 22,000 Liters to produce 1 kilo of beef, and 1 Liter to produce 1[...]

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