In November, Malawian park rangers allow the people of Malawi to go into the park and find caterpillars. They go in and find the caterpillars. When they have found them, they harvest them in the parks, under rangers' supervision. Once the catarpillars are grown, they take them and remove the insides and throw them away. They take the skin and lay it out to dry. When they are dry, they salt the skins and eat them. It may sound gross, however, it is one of the most popular snacks in Malawi.
- mature caterpillars
- Remove the insides of the caterpillars and throw them away.
- Take the skin and lay it out to dry.
- When they are dry, salt the skins and eat them.