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Here you can find all of Sensei's fruit facts! If you are looking for a certain type of fruit facts, visit the page made specially for that fruit. Here are the diferent fruit pages. Go ahead click on one if you want to see just those facts. Strawberry, Peach, Pear, Mango, Kiwi, Coconut, Pineapple, Passion fruit, Apple, Lemon, Lime, Banana.

-In some parts of the world, trained monkeys are used to harvest coconuts

-North korea, Best korea

-The average person eats 65 apples per year

-Because of all the lime juice they would drink, British sea men were called limeys

-Lemons contain more sugar than strawberries

-Apples are poison

-Passion fruit is sweetest when slightly wrinkled

-Pear trees are able to withstand temperatures as low as -40 degrees Celsius

-Passion fruit were first grown in Brazil

-Oranges are the most commonly grown tree fruit in the world

-You can rub the inside of a banana skin on mosquito bites to stop the itchiness

-The passion fruit flower is the national fruit of Paraguay

-There are 10,000 varieties of apples grown around the world

-People allergic to latex are highly likely to also be allergic to kiwi fruity

-The coconut palm is sometimes called the “tree of life”

-If you plant a single orange seed you will probably get more than one plant

-In Kerala in South India, coconut flowers must be present during a marriage ceremony

-25% of an apples volume is air, that’s why they float

-Watermelons are 92% water

-Kiwi fruit contains actinidin which can be used to tenderize meat

-The largest watermelon ever grown was 262 pounds, or 119 KG

-Bananas are high in the B-complex vitamins, which help calm the nervous system

-Add half a cup of lemon juice to your laundry to brighten whites

-Over 60 million tons of apples are grown worldwide annually

-Bananas can help fight depression, as they increase levels of serotonin

-Early explorers used watermelons as canteens to carry their water supplies

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