Eating BAT SOUP in North Sulawesi, Indonesia! What if I told you it’s actually good?

Eating BAT SOUP in North Sulawesi, Indonesia! What if I told you it’s actually good?
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  1. What is with all these ignorant Western attitude about food they don't understand?
    Seriously asking if one of their stable food could give them ebola? How damn arrogant. RUDE. You don't think they know enough to cook the food properly? That they don't love their children enough not to feed them unsafe food? Ever heard of mad cow disease in the West?
    I don't think they come here and ask ask if we are concerned about mad cow disease.

  2. i think it taste more like duck, the meat is very lean, a little gamey. But i have to say, even as an Indonesian, no one can beat the North Sulawesi people hehehe, they eat anything & everything, there might be somethings even regional chinese people go "hey now!"

  3. "The world is a dangerous place for bats. Although they provide vital environmental and economic services, bat populations are declining around the globe, largely as a result of human activity.

    Such an example, is the plight of Fruit bats which have a brutally hard life in Sulawesi, an orchid-shaped island in the heart of Indonesia. A remarkable 22 species of fruit bats live on the island and some of them are found nowhere else. But their numbers are being decimated by overhunting for the commercial “bushmeat” trade, and their treatment on the way to market can only be described as torture.

    The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) currently lists 24 bat species as Critically Endangered, meaning they face an imminent risk of extinction. Fifty-three others are Endangered, and 104 bat species are considered Vulnerable. Bats also are among the most under-studied of mammals. The IUCN lists 226 bat species as “Data Deficient”– there is simply too little information available to determine their conservation status. Of the 1,296 bat species that have been assessed by the IUCN almost a third are considered either threatened (vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered) or data deficient, indicating the need for more conservation attention to these species. The IUCN continually updates information on species assessments and numbers may vary slightly as new assessments are completed.

    Because bats reproduce slowly, with females of most species giving birth to only one pup per year, recovery from serious losses is painfully slow and tenuous at best. It is often difficult to spot significant declines in such species until their situation is dire."

    So they will never run out of these bats huh? I wouldn't be so sure about that.

  4. Taste tastie batz?taste also r blood of r dragula bitez ? hArdowt crack me owtt Luk yummi ? yeaaa kuk wv anifin in 2 be enuf 4 da family now get on time 4 bite yessss pretty gudddddd??????

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