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Taipei, TAIWAN: This photo dated 13 March, 2007 shows a cockroach raised by Professor Lin Jin-tun of Taiwan Normal University staying calmly on his hand in Taipei. After spending 15 years studying cockroaches, Lin has come to the conclusion that its reputation as a filthy insect is wide of the reality and that despite living in garbage it actually loves a clean environment. The cockroach is one of the hardiest creatures on the planet; it can live for a month without food -- and can even survive on the glue from the back of stamps if necessary -- and hold its breath for 45 minutes. AFP PHOTO/Sam YEH (Photo credit should read SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)
Taipei, TAIWAN: This photo dated 13 March, 2007 shows a cockroach raised by Professor Lin Jin-tun of Taiwan Normal University staying calmly on his hand in Taipei. After spending 15 years studying cockroaches, Lin has come to the conclusion that its reputation as a filthy insect is wide of the reality and that despite living in garbage it actually loves a clean environment. The cockroach is one of the hardiest creatures on the planet; it can live for a month without food -- and can even survive on the glue from the back of stamps if necessary -- and hold its breath for 45 minutes. AFP PHOTO/Sam YEH (Photo credit should read SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)

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La leche de cucarachas podría ser el alimento del futuro

Según un estudio publicado por la Unión Internacional de Cristalografía, el líquido que la cucaracha escarabajo del Pacífico utiliza para alimentar a sus crías es notablemente rico en proteína, azúcares y grasas y fundamental para el crecimiento y el desarrollo. ¿Podría ser éste el alimento del futuro? Gabriela Frías nos trae más.