Echindna Not Extinct, but Very Tasty

echidna

National Geographic again, this time on still more monster eating:

One of the world’s rarest creatures, Attenborough’s long-beaked echidna, appears to be alive and well, conservationists say. It is also reportedly quite delicious.

The animal, native to the island of New Guinea in the South Pacific, was feared to be extinct.

But scientists’ concerns were allayed—somewhat—when hunters on the island reported that they had seen the echidna and “the meat was very greasy and extremely tasty.”

Wikidna from, you guessed it…

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