Only a touchy-feely hippie lib would come up with this idea!
Who thinks of this crap?!
Disgusting doesn’t even begin to cover it!
Pour out that almond milk — the new hip thing is cockroach milk.
Well, kind of.
The female Pacific beetle cockroach is one of a kind. Unlike other insect species, this Hawaiian native gives birth to live young. And she feeds them a pale, yellow liquid “milk” from her brood sack.
The nutrient-rich milk crystals of the Pacific beetle cockroach are prettier than they sound.
But the craziest thing: Cut open an embryonic beetle roach, and their guts will spill out nutrient-rich milk crystals that shimmer like glitter.
“I discovered that these little embryos at a certain development were able to drink,” recalls Barbara Stay, a professor emerita at the University of Iowa who was among the first to study the insect’s crystalline milk. “What they were drinking was a liquid substance,” she explains — but further along in the embryos’ development, the liquid from their mother concentrated inside their guts to form tiny crystals.
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