Saturday, May 4, 2013

Siberian Bloodworms

Nathan Shumate brings us some preserved Siberian Bloodworms. Two thoughts cross my mind given the number that have been captured. The first is that the small population of Siberia is perfectly understandable given how prolific they seem to be. The second, and more disturbing, is that someone is farming the things for sale to decadent westerners. Best not to muse on just how those specimens are being fed.

1 comment:

Gleb said...

The label has a mistake, right Russian text would be:

Сибирский мотыль

Or, all caps: