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Raid of the Edible Ants

Our first charity sale is only 2 moths away. We have officially signed up for the American Diabetes Association's Tour de Cure, and we will give you the link to the site in the next post (if you would like to make a donation or join our team). Ant have lots of protein is in heavy preproduction. We are taking some strides with this one. It is going to be our longest short to date and the graphics will look great.


Monkey Freak said…
That is so cute.
I like it.
The Unknown said…
Umm... I'll pass on the ants and go straight to the chocolate.
aynaku said…
nice illo...i think people in developing countrie eat already ants and that's wise!
Saul Iscariot said…
That's a great picture, and nice to see someone helping a good cause. Ants are eaten all the world over, and unless I was having a particularly gullible day, they actually come in differing flavours depending on what they eat. I'm not so sure I'd take to eating insects all that well though?

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