You might think that coconuts are just a fruit.
But they have a lot of things going on in their bodies that make them an interesting food.
The body is a very complicated thing, and it is really hard to explain to people.
So we have to figure out how we can figure out exactly what is going on with this beautiful fruit.
This is the second part of our new podcast.
In the first part we talked about why coconutes are important to us.
This part will focus on the most difficult part of the coco-nut question, the cocoanuts’ unique physiology.
And, of course, we will have some coconut-related trivia.
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The coco nut is a fruit of the Cauliflower family of plants.
It’s a tuber, meaning it grows in small, tightly packed clusters of roots that can reach up to 4 feet in length.
These clusters are called coco stalks.
You will notice that the coconuto tree has the same name as a tree.
This makes sense, because it is a tuber in a root system.
So, when a tuber grows it’s called a coco.
If you’re curious about the different types of coco nuts, you might want to look up their names and look up the common names of coconucos.
For more information about the coconut, read our coco tree article.