I’m a creature, get me out of here!
A delicacy in South East Asia, traditionally served to guests of honour, but these were presented to Malique and Sair.
Crustacean delicacy boiled alive and served with truffles. A tastier option for Noel, who held a live one in his mouth.
Described as Crispy Shredded Willy Beef, can be served fried, steamed or raw. Appalling to anyone who has known a sheep.
Noel Edmonds grimaced as he held one in his mouth, but they’re treated as a delicacy in Papua New Guinea.
The huge arachnids can grow up to 18in across – and will bite. No wonder, if squashed and traumatised like this.
Malique may have turned his nose up, but they do taste just like pork. Dozens were wasted on the programme.
A delicacy in Iran, and fried with spices in Marrakech, has yet to find favour on UK menus – or with the jungle celebs.
Nutritious larvae of the ghost moth. Harry Redknapp held six in his mouth. I doubt they liked it, either, Harry.
Standard fare in parts of Asia, sold as part of the intestine in lengths of several feet. Often chopped and fried like calamari.
Used to be served with brown bread and butter. Rubbery. Cruelty factor? High: dairy cows are killed aged four or five.
Said to be an aphrodisiac, but proved a turn-off instead for the jungle campers. Mind you, Sair seemed to relish hers…
Plucky Colette the python got one back for the animals when she bit Emily Atack as she fumbled around in the viper pit.
As soup, camel hoof was considered fit for ancient Mongolian royalty – but Sair Khan simply found it ‘fatty’.
Beijing delicacy with a sting in the tail – they taste metallic, as Malique Thompson-Dwyer found. Deserves protection from him.
GIANT BURROWING COCKROACH
World’s heaviest cockroach. Thankfully, the one held in Harry’s mouth didn’t burrow.
Can grow up to three metres long and are used as bait. Harry only held them in his mouth, so were they returned to the wild?
Actress Atack ‘took on’ 50 of the small pythons in a sealed chamber. In fact, they’re shy, reclusive creatures, unlike her.