Some habits would be frowned upon by Miss Manners, like the practice in some parts of Korea of spitting fish bones on the table or floor. Others are intriguing: in Ethiopia, people feed each other with their bare hands in a tradition called "gursha." And if you're offered a dried-out mouse as an appetizer in Zambia, start with the head and don't eat the tail.
The end-of-meal belching, by the way, is probably caused by the Inuits' diet rich in omega-3s, which are known to cause burping.
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Have you ever encountered any surprising table manners while traveling?