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PIRANGI CASHEW TREE, BRAZIL

This is one of the largest cashew trees in the whole world! As is evident from the picture, it looks more like a giant root than a tree or perhaps more like a bush, but it is a tree in fact and covers an area of about 8500 square meters itself! It is measured about 300 into 300 which makes it a mighty large tree. This is why it is not surprising that it bears an average of 8000 fruit every year! No picture can do justice to the enormity of this plant but you can have a clear idea!