View photos from Andrew's trip to Suriname, including pictures of a 15-pound piranha and the village of Malobi.
Andrew and the Bizarre Foods production crew watch locals clean the day's catch by the Suriname River.
Andrew and producer Chris Marino pose with skilled hunters and their game in Suriname.
A woman dries peppers in the hot sun in Malobi, Suriname.
Andrew takes in the scenery on the Suriname River.
Before putting on his sunglasses, Bizarre Foods story editor Tye Schulke has his picture taken with a few Botopasi children in the background.
A bowl of plucked feathers can only mean lunchtime is only a few minutes away.
Andrew and locals catch a fresh lizard on the grill in preparation for a traditional meal in Suriname.
It doesn't get much better than a Pingo snout on a stick.
Photographer Joel Weber films the beautiful scenery along the Suriname River.
Producer Chris Marino catches this 15-pound piranha from the Suriname River.
Andrew holds up a Marail Guan -- a native bird in Suriname -- that hunters just killed in the jungle.
Yummy! It's fresh Marail Guan that's ready to eat.
Andrew and Peace Corps volunteer Amber Ray walk with their 2 fishing buddies in Malobi, a small village in Suriname.
Piranha stew boils in a pan for what looks like a tasty dinner.
Children pose for a quick picture in Suriname.