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  • xssif
    xssifalmost 6 years ago

    ….yes…..monsanto corp. and likes has given them the brains, so they can eat us instead us eating them…LOL…..

  • :-D very funny, Paul. It’s only on our planet you’ll have to eat your rival to win, as far as i know :-D

    – Anastasia Zabrodina

  • xssif
    xssifalmost 6 years ago

    OK, LETS HOPE SO….WHAT IS THIS IMAGE ANYWAY….NEVER SEEN THIS KIND OF PLANT LIFE BEFORE….DO YOU ARE TO SHARE?

  • here’s the green monster, Paul! :-D

    – Anastasia Zabrodina

  • Rayven Collins
    Rayven Collinsover 5 years ago

    what is this of?

  • the link above should direct you to the article in wikipedia :-)

    – Anastasia Zabrodina

  • Kristian Faul
    Kristian Faulover 5 years ago

    this is very cool

  • :)

    – Anastasia Zabrodina

  • moonlitblood
    moonlitbloodover 5 years ago

    It’s an Osage orange I think.

  • absolutely correct, moonlitblood :-)

    – Anastasia Zabrodina

  • mithrandir9x
    mithrandir9xabout 3 years ago

    Yes, it is an Osage Orange. They grow along the Mason’s Creek here where I frequently shoot. They’re pretty similar to another fruit that looks similar called the bread fruit, most commonly. They are from the Mulberry family. (My buddy says I have a wood fetish!)

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