Watch: Vlog of Naga YouTuber catching and cooking snail gets more than 2.3 Million views

What may be just another ordinary day in the paddy field for many of the Nagas and other hill tribes in Northeast India, who live in small hilltop villages, this vlogger has turned village lifestyle, a content that would come as ordinary for people from this part of the world, but unordinary for million others in urban jungle, this vlog has turned into something exciting and awesome.

Uploaded 3 months ago on 14th July 2020, the video has now gained more than 2.3 Million views as of today.

In the video, he is seen picking snails from the paddy field and cooking it with maize, which is his unique recipe.

Watch the video here.

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