Pesticides Threaten Ant-Eating Tradition in Brazil
NYTimes, 4/jan/2011. "[…] Generations of indigenous people treated the ants as a protein substitute for fish and monkeys, residents said. Today, Silveiras residents — and the people who drive hundreds of miles every year to buy the ants — value them not only for their protein, but also as an aphrodisiac and source of natural antibiotics. […]"

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