“Curry” makes for particularly wiley prey.
For starters, it can be spicy in self-defense.
Also, curry is often not green, which can make it difficult to spot.
And the tastiest bits – the white, round, soft particles – are embedded in a bunch of other things that are (to put it mildly) less tasty.
A predator can be in training for years before developing the kind of skills necessary to stalk wild curry.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts