To tin products is quite handy; they can be kept for a long time and are easily transported.
But their contents, which can often be seen on can labels may be very strange ;)Poultry:
Chicken, finely ground.
A whole chicken. That jelly is pretty off putting.
Chopped chicken livers.
I'm not sure, but it looks like he is holding a drumstick.Fish (and water creatures):
Mackerel in Miso sauce.
Whale in curry sauce.
Frog legs in a spicy curry sauce.
Crocodile in curry sauce.
Same as above, but in a much less attractive can.
Some Scandinavian jellied fish.
Squid in brine.
I don't know what fish balls are, but I hope they aren't as advertised.
Cajun Style Alligator.Beef:
Beef tripe with milk.
Beef, looks like that might be Russian.
Finely ground beef.
Beef dish, I have no idea what is in it.
I'm guessing it's beef, because there is a cow on the front.
Beefsteak and kidney pie in a can.Pork:
I'm assuming these are pork hot dogs. They could be beef or chicken, or a mixture. Either way they come in brine.
Pork brains. Check out the cholesterol. Good grief.
Ground pork. Didn't waste time or money on the packaging.
Pork. Looks like it might be Russian.
I have no idea, but it looks like pork.
Canned bacon. I think they have ruined my favorite treat.
Finely ground pork.
Wild boar pate.
One of my favorites, Deviled Ham.
Pork pudding? Pass.
Sliced bacon. Who better to can bacon than Hungary.
Magnificent pork meatballs in gravy.
America's favorite, Spam.Insects:
Silk worm pupae.
Weaver ant eggs. Yes, they aren't really canned, that's a jar.
Roasted crickets with eggs.
BBQ flavored bamboo worms.
Brown curry mole crickets.
Preserved giant waterbugs. Yes, they are in a jar, not a can.
Preserved black scorpians, in a jar.
Smokey BBQ roasted scorpians. Is that Thai writing? I can't tell.
Beaver or snail? Snail.Lamb:
Haggis. I'm not entirely sureMisc. Meat:
Quail eggs. Not really a meat, but close enough.
What is in meat pudding? Is it really goblin meat? (Sarcasm)
I don't know what these sausages are made of.
Damn straigh no frills.
They look like hotdogs, but there is a picture of a fish. Thus, they are in the misc. meat category.
Another of my favorites, Vienna Sausage.
I have no idea what is in this, let alone what kinds of meat.
Ditto, I have no idea what is in it. Would I eat it? Sure.
Roadrunner meat. I guess you could label this as poultry.
Not sure what is in these, but they look tasty. They look like cocktail weiners in BBQ sauce, a favorite of mine.