A selection of unusual delicacies from around the world that may seem disgusting to a Russian person ...
Not for the faint of heart!
This man from Saudi Arabia gnaws his prickly tails. It is said that the blood of this lizard heals many diseases and strengthens the body. The meat of these reptiles is considered a delicacy in many regions of the Middle East.
Peruvian woman throws a pre-refreshed frog into a blender. In Peru, frog juice (extracto de rana) is considered a powerful aphrodisiac.
A butcher from Bolivia cuts a boiled sheep's head. Sheep head soup is one of the most favorite dishes of Bolivians.
This woman cuts a baked cat in a restaurant in Côte d’Ivoire. Cat meat is a traditional food for most of Africa and Asia.
Turtle meat can always be bought in the market of one of the port cities of Nicaragua at a price of 1.10 dollars per pound (454 grams).
In the restaurant of the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta, you can taste the cobra meat. In the vicinity of Yogyakarta, in the provinces of Central Java and East Java, about 1000 cobras are caught each week and sold at a price of $ 1.15 per piece.
A woman from Sudan is preparing a dish of camel liver.Between 1996 and 2002, Sudan harvested from 72,000 to 81,000 tons of camel meat per year.
This man from Vietnam is preparing to sell dogs. Dog meat is a traditional food for many peoples of East Asia.
Once in Vietnam, rats were eaten only in particularly hungry times. Now they are prepared as part of a special meal at the end of each lunar calendar.
This Peruvian woman is cooking a guinea pig dish. Guinea pigs are considered a delicacy in many regions of South America.
Snake soup is often boiled in China. Snake meat generally takes a fairly large place in Chinese cuisine, it is considered very healthy.
In Taiwan, cobra eggs and embryos are considered to have healing properties.
Chinese woman eating a penis dish of bulls and dogs. This Chinese restaurant offers penis dishes of 30 different animals stewed with vegetables. In China, the penises of many animals are considered extremely useful.
Lemurs are sold to restaurants in Madagascar as an "elite forest game." Many species of lemurs, which are found only in Madagascar, are today on the verge of complete extermination due to poachers.