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Giant pineapple, found in Tacloban

Heart-shaped, giant pineapple, anyone?

Residents of a rural community in Tacloban City were surprised to catch sight of a giant pineapple, formed like an inverted heart, ABS-CBN News reported.

The pineapple was planted by a young boy named Steve Nash Diaz, a few months following the devastation of Super Typhoon Yolanda that trampled the swaths of the city in late 2013. The plant only bore the fruit recently.

The fruit is around twice the size of the young boy’s head and is resting on a wreath of sharp green pineapple leaves.

The only question now that baffles the mind of the young boy is that if the peculiar shaped fruit is safe to eat, the report said.



 

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