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January 12, 2021


Customs agents seize mystery 'bushmeat' at NJ airport

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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Do you order that from ShrubHub?

It's no wonder the elk looked rattled, but confess to imagining bushmeat as a whole 'nother thang.

This confiscation of specialty meats is not expected to cause a wiener shortage.

I don't know what bushmeat is, but perhaps it could be used as a replacement source for the ribwich.

Bushmeat is more likely to end up at Outback, don't we think?...


Couldn't they come up with a more appealing name, like sweetbreads?

Bushmeat is not that appealing to me:
The 301 mammal species threatened by hunting for bushmeat comprise 126 primates, 65 even-toed ungulates, 27 bats, 26 diprotodont marsupials, 21 rodents, 12 carnivores and all pangolin species.[5

I found the pictures disappointing.

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