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Risking death in the name of soup

Ever hear of “bird’s nest soup?” This Chinese delicacy has been eaten for centuries by the upper class, and it’s still enjoyed by the wealthy today. This unconventional dish is brewed using real nests from a bird called the swiftlet, which can fetch a hefty price of $3,000 per pound! See how this man hunts the valuable nests, and learn about the risk that goes into one of the world’s most expensive soups.

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