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ants - 100 yen each

I bought an ant. Here are some prices from the shop:

ants - 100 yen each or 10 for the price of 9
flies - 40 yen each
stick insects (handle with care) - 250 yen each
female praying mantis (female) - 800 yen each
male praying mantis (male - unlikely to last long) - 5 yen each
cockroaches - free with every purchase


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On Monday, 11 April, 2005, Anonymous Christine said:

Ahhh... you gotta love the Asians, right? Reminds me of my second trip to South Korea where I ate "bandagi," which are boiled silkworms. Crunchy on the outside, creamy on the inside... not quite suited for American taste. The question here though... is 'Are the bugs at the Global insect shop' for feeding reptilian pets? Just pets? Or for a midday snack?  



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