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Mayan Breadnut can stored for months and was possibly used by ancient Mayans as food rations incase of famine.

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Warning: This video is purely for entertainment purposes and scientist have noted the fermentation process would take too long to inebriate these animals. Still pretty funny!

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Check out a description and information on this alien-looking fruit Marang found in Thailand!

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Dr. Juan Hancke has devoted years to exploring and understanding the Maqui berry as a potential cure to many ailments including cancer!

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In New Zealand, Maori tribes used Manoao mainly as a source for lumber. The seed has been described as ranging from grayish-blue to purple-black in color.

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In Eastern Nepal, Manila Tamarind is used for its anti-inflammatory properties against fevers. Many who have had it say when ripe it taste like sweet coconut flesh!

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Mangosteens are illegal to bring into the continental United States for fear of bringing in invasive foreign insects.

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Nearly 2.5 million acres are devoted to growing Mangos in India. That is nearly 65% of the world's Mango crops!

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Almost exclusively enjoyed in Brazil, Mangaba translates to "fruit that is good to eat" by Brazilian native tribes.

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