Extract from the questionnaire
of the "Tripounette" magazine
published every end of year and available in all good new booksellers…
How do the tripoux live in their cans?
The tripoux live as a family inside the tin cans.
They snuggle up to one another for many years (sometimes up to 3 years) and open their eyes during the day.
To ensure they do not die of hunger, they take with them tomatoes, carrots, parsley, salt and spices.
Every year at Christmas, they drink a drop of white wine.
At night, they sleep in hammocks in the form of strings around each other.