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The first picture is just the end of the SAS jungle. I thought it looked really cool to have an ongoing trail. With a fence on one side and the forest on the other. The other picture contains Jackfruit. Or so I am pretty certain, all I could do was match the outsides to other pictures. Since I did not see the inside, it could be durian. But it looks a lot more like Jackfruit. Even though I did not see the inside, I know the inside looks yellowish white (like a pineapple) also it has large seeds forming an upside down crescent moon. Fun fact- Jackfruit is the national fruit of Banglades!
These were found in the Singapore American School jungle. But they occur in the wild in, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Cameroon, Uganda, Tanzania, Madagascar, São Tomé and Príncipe, and Mauritius, Brazil, western central Mexico and in Caribbean nations such as Jamaica. Jackfruit is the national fruit of Banglades