German anthropologist Olga Ammann and Italian photographer Iago Corazza say in their book 'Die Letzen Papuas' (The Last Papuans), that cannibals on this south Pacific island love the taste of Japanese flesh.
Whites on the other hand 'had a strong odour and tasted too salty'. But what the Papuan men loved most of all, was the flesh of their own wives...
The author and photographer noted in their book that while cannibalism has been prohibited by law on Papua New Guinea for the past fifty years, remote tribes still grab the occasional tasty morsel of human flesh just the same. They travelled all over the island to interview and photograph the clans.
Proof for this cannibalism can can also be found in the local health records, which indicate that the disease Kuru is still widespread. This can only be caused by cannibalism, caused by comsumption of human brains. See