Dive in! Check out some of the grossest food from around the world.
Take a gander at these scrumptious squirrel heads served up at Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia.
The eyes have it! Chomp on these giant bluefin tuna eyes from the Tsukiji Market in Tokyo.
This shark lost his head. Try this steamed shark's head dish at Tin Jin Hi Seafood Restaurant in Singapore.
Goat's intestines hang in a roadside market outside of Nakisenyi Village in Uganda. That's good eating!
Could you handle eating these fish stomachs in Phuket?
Try this tasty, stuffed porcupine, prepared by Bill and Irma of the White Earth Native American Reservation in Minnesota.
Experience the gritty taste of Mopane worms at the Yeoville Market in Johannesburg, South Africa.
We know your mouth is watering for these grilled bats in Samoa. Be patient we have remove the hair first.
Stop by the street vendors on Jarong Road to taste these roasted silkworm larvae in South Korea.
These poisonous Cane toads, prepared in a delicious cream sauce, are for foodies with stomachs of steel.
We're not sure what this furry creature is called in Uganda, but it looks like a good appetizer.
Tracking down this turtle was a challenge, but he made our turtle soup superb in South Korea.
Try this Tanzanian supu, a soup made with a goat head, lungs, heart, liver, a cow's hoof and other secret ingredients.