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Experts raise concerns about residue toxins in giant isopods

Reporter Vivian Hsiao
Release time:2023/05/25 16:38
Last update time:2023/05/25 16:38
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TAIPEI (TVBS News) — A restaurant in Taipei City recently gained significant attention for its delectable ramen infused with gargantuan marine isopods. 

However, experts have issued a cautionary note, suggesting that consuming these sea creatures without appropriate cleaning procedures could expose diners to residual toxins.

 

Renowned as nature's custodians, these colossal crustaceans are typically found scavenging on decaying remains and other detritus strewn across the seabed. 

Notwithstanding their unsightly appearance, these isopods have managed to captivate the palates of gastronomes, who assert that their meat possesses a hint of the lusciousness associated with lobster.

Such is the demand for this popular dish that the restaurant has imposed restrictions on, permitting a mere ten or so daily reservations exclusively for their loyal clientele. 
 

Nevertheless, scholars are raising the alarm, emphasizing the imperative of safeguarding against excessive harvesting of these crustaceans, as it could potentially disrupt the delicate ecological equilibrium that currently prevails.

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