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Surveying the outback, Bessie Liddle, an Aboriginal grandmother, searches through the desert for witchetty trees, a type of acacia whose roots may harbor witchetty grubs, the edible larvae of cossid moths; a termite mound in the foreground, outside Alice Springs, Central Australia. (Man Eating Bugs page 17)

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Surveying the outback, Bessie Liddle, an Aboriginal grandmother, searches through the desert for witchetty trees, a type of acacia whose roots may harbor witchetty grubs, the edible larvae of cossid moths; a termite mound in the foreground, outside Alice Springs, Central Australia. (Man Eating Bugs page 17)