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New device breeds fly larva for protein

If you’re squeamish, this new device isn’t for you. Industrial design student Katharina Unger created this fly-breeding machine that traps larva to use as a sustainable food source. She hopes that her invention will help increase the planet’s food supply by adding larva to Westerner’s menus. The sleek device allows for the fly’s life cycle to flourish with just a little bit of food. Sounds, erm, delicious.

Via GizMag

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