Conch River As an Alternative Source of Protein

Conch River- Source of Protein.

A small number of people in some countries consume river conch. They cook in different ways, roasted, fried, boiled or cooked like cooking seashells. For the local community, the conch or rice snail is one source of protein that can be obtained with an easy and cheap way from nature.

Some people may feel disgusted to eat the meat of this river conch because a little slimy. The unattractive shape also makes people lazy to consume river conch.

Is it true that this river conch is an alternative source of protein?
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Benefits of Termites. Are there Benefits of Termites?

winged termites

Termites have tremendous damage to the wood furniture, books, or even the property we live in. Most of us are afraid of termites as a pest of this house. Even pest control companies continue to grow to help us fight against house pest termites.
In fact, of about 3000 species of termites, not all pests for humans. Some of them are the guardians of the ecosystem.

Really beneficial termites?. Let’s look at some of the benefits of termites from different locations of the world.
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Winged Termites as an Alternative Bird Feed?

Scarcity of natural feed and with the rising price of extra food makes a lover of birdsong difficult meet the needs of pet birds at home. They began to look for alternative feed. But lovers of birdsong hampered by concerns about whether this could affect the performance of the sound of birds, how it impacts the health of birds, and so on.

Almost all types of insects have nutrients that can be utilized. Our ancestors had always been made of insects as alternative food. It’s been done before they know the techniques of hunting and farming. Currently, more than 1000 species of insects can be eaten by humans in various countries. People in specific areas used to make a dish made from raw of grasshoppers, caterpillars teak, cricket ground and winged termites.
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