Eating Tarantula in Cambodia on Pub Street (Feat. Bugs Cafe)

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  • Published on:  2/13/2017
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    About This Episode:
    Today we're in Cambodia looking for some giant spiders AKA tarantulas. I'm doing an all out bug tour on the streets and at the nearby Bugs Cafe. I try out some scorpion, water bugs and the most terrifying of all, the tarantula. Holy crap, I am so done with bugs now. Please lemme know if I've missed any, but I think I've got em all.

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