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1. Commonly associated with the French, the legs of this critter are are a delicacy around many parts of the world, and are said to taste like chicken.
2. This mammal is ridden as a pet in the western world, and most people would balk at the opportunity to eat its sweet, tender meat.
3. Nearly hunted to extinction in the 19th century, the beef-like meat of this North American mammal is now common enough to be found in supermarkets.
4. This reptile is commonly raised for its skin and succulent meat in its native habitats, China and the United States.
5. Native to Africa, these large, flightless birds are farmed around the world for their feathers, large eggs, and lean meat.
6. This slender reptile is not often thought of as appetizing, but its tough meat is consumed in the West, while its blood and heart are eaten in the East.
7. Most of these marsupials live in Australia, where their tender and gamey meat has been legally consumed since 1980.
8. This bird is a source of foie gras. It is found in a variety of world dishes, such as in Peking cuisine, or stuffed between a chicken and a turkey.
9. This aquatic mammal rarely makes it to a dinner plate due to the international moratorium on its hunting. Its meat and blubber are occasionally obtainable in Japan, Norway, and in the far North.
10. This fish can be naturally poisonous. Its fins are sometimes used for soup; in Iceland, it is cured and sold as hakarl.
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