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10 Weirdest and Most Exotic Fruits From Around the World

Many of us have never tasted or even heard about these strange-looking exotic fruits.


There are fruits that have gained worldwide popularity such as apples, bananas, and oranges. It’s easy to think that the fruits we know are the only fruits that exist but that really is not the case. There are some exotic fruits that many of us may have not even heard of.

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That said, here’s a selection of the weirdest-looking treats from nature. Here’s hoping we get to taste some (if not, all) of them in our lifetime.


The durian, which is notorious for being stinky, is relatively unknown in the US. It’s a common sight in Southeast Asia, though.

Fingered Citron

This fruit looks like mutant lemon. It’s also called Buddha’s hand. That’s why it’s often given as a religious offering in Buddhist temples. Chefs have remarked that it’s more fragrant than lemon.


This fruit is commonly seen in Vietnam. It’s in season only from December to January. Thus, it is considered a delicacy and is served at milestone ceremonies such as weddings. Its flavor has been likened to a cucumber.

Horned Melon

It’s easy enough to see how this fruit, which is endemic to Africa, got its name. Its flesh is lime green, with a taste that’s been described as a combination of banana and passion fruit.

Ice Cream Bean

Native to South America, this quirky looking fruit looks like a giant vegetable. It got its name because the white pulp is said to taste a bit like vanilla ice cream.

Miracle Fruit

It looks normal enough, but it’s rich in a substance called miraculin. The “miracle” that this fruit performs is that after you consume it, the sour food that you consume after it will all taste sweet to you. The effect lasts for around 30 minutes. It’s native to Africa.


This is also called the Hala Tree Fruit, which is often found in Micronesia. It has a fibrous husk with colorful wedges that each have seeds. It can be eaten raw or cooked. When it’s cut open, it looks like a dissected meteorite, doesn’t it?

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This fruit is endemic to Mexico. Each and every berry is enclosed by papery-textured calyx. But it’s “strangeness” doesn’t stop there. Once the calyx is peeled off, the berry appears like a small tomato. However, the berries taste more like strawberries.


This hairy fruit is an ordinary sight for Asians but it freaks out most people from Western countries. Despite its exterior, this is one yummy fruit that’s closely related to the lychee.


Dubbed as the “snake fruit” because of its scaly exterior, the salak is mostly found in Indonesia. Once it’s peeled, it actually looks like an oversized garlic clove. It tastes sweet and acidic. Its texture has been compared to that of an apple.


10 Common Things That Are Unexpectedly Toxic For Your Pet

From simple household items, to decorative plants and insects, here’s a list of 10 common things that are unexpectedly toxic for your pet.

If you’re a pet owner, you might already be familiar on how much they love chewing random objects lying around the house. You close your eyes for one second and the next thing you know, your favorite shirt is already inside your dog’s mouth. They can’t help it because that’s just the way they are.

This is the reason why you have to regularly clean your house thoroughly when you have a pet with you indoors. It is extremely beneficial not only for you, but also for them. Most people don’t know that there are various things that can be found inside their house that are actually toxic for their pets.

From simple household items, to decorative plants and insects, here’s a list of 10 common things that are unexpectedly toxic for your pet.

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16 Fascinating Yakuza Tattoos and Their Hidden Symbolic Meaning

Some represent protection, others represent an individual’s life.

The Yakuza is among the many organized crime syndicates in the world. They’re as popular as the likes of the Sicilian Mafia, the Triad, and the Los Zetas. But while they’re into loathsome things, we can all agree that the Japanese group also cares so much about tradition and culture. In fact, they heavily show this in the form of body art or tattoo, which is called irezumi.

What people don’t know, however, is that these Yakuza tattoos reflect symbolism and imagery. The full body suit art is actually a direct result of the group’s culture. Associates are obliged to undergo it - otherwise, they wouldn’t be full-pledged members. It holds true, however, that most of them have opted to maintain clean skin nowadays. They believe that by doing so, they can better blend in with the society.

Nevertheless, it can’t be denied that the Yakuza have influenced a lot of people from around the world in terms of tattoo designs. Many have decided to tattoo themselves with designs similar to the gang.

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Prehistoric Hell Ant Has A Metal Horn And It Sucks The Blood Of Its Enemies

So these ancient ants were like vampires?

Scientists have discovered a prehistoric hell ant that mimics a vampire because it has a metal horn that sucks blood from its enemies. The metal-infused horn can puncture and suck the blood from other insects.

A team of researchers from the New Jersey Institute of Technology have revealed a new creature they found, which dates back to about 99 million years.

The specimen was found in an amber mined in Myanmar.

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