Where they love it: Greenland
In theory this local fave takes a page from the turducken, but is a billion times further from anything nature ever intended. Basically, it's a hollowed-out seal carcass stuffed with 500 whole auks (birds) -- feathers, beaks, claws and all. Then, as much air as possible is removed from the seal’s skin, which is then sewn up, sealed with grease, and weighed down by a giant rock for seven months. Now your decayed flesh full of fermented birds is ready to be served.
Watch someone else try it instead: After nonchalantly de-winging the auks for two minutes, this lady can't help but pop one.