Eating Bugs in the Woodlands

By woodlandstv

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Woodland Educator Paul Beadle explains the benefits of eating insects - and demonstrates it!

For more info on the work Paul does, please visit www.cdwes.co.uk

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wow eating bugs gives you very white teeth

Joost G

January 15, 2016

Where to find meal worms? Don't you outdoorsie guys know anything about feeding birds? From the meal worm company and who's to know if you ate them or the birds they were intended for.

edward charles

January 15, 2016

jakuna matata !!!

Lost Zoo

January 15, 2016

Grubs up.

C U Jimmy

January 15, 2016

You stole this from "Fear Factor" – it's too funny, eating bugs you all are going to starve!


January 18, 2016

I'd rather eat vegan food than go on finding other creatures to kill. Before you say we are carnivores, take a look at your teeth, then look at the teeth of a carnivore. Our teeth are designed for chewing and grinding and our jaws move from side to side. We do not have teeth designed for tearing at raw meat. Our intestines are long in order to process fibre, unlike a carnivore that needs to process the meat quickly through short intestines.


January 20, 2016

Excellent video

Wild Mel

July 19, 2016

More of this 😀

Michaell Svendsen

October 3, 2016

We are OMNIVORES not carnivores. Our teeth don't need to be designed for eating raw meat because we can use fire to cook it.

Leon Nixon

April 16, 2019


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