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Walnut

Juglans regia

Description:

I was cracking some nuts when one of them cracked in half and i saw a beautiful heart shape -lovely(not sure for the scientific name...)

Habitat:

Most common habitats(used for cultivation)China,United States, Iran, Turkey, Ukraine, Mexico, Romania, India, France and Chile(and many other smaller countries)

Notes:

It is very healthy for the brain,it contains Carbohydrates,Protein ,Unsaturated fatty acids,Fiber ,Calcium,Iron ,Zinc,Vitamin B-6

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5 Comments

roniesuper9999
roniesuper9999 9 years ago

i think it is sweet... :)

MarfKaydakibby34
MarfKaydakibby34 9 years ago

It looks like an armadillo

MarfKaydakibby34
MarfKaydakibby34 9 years ago

Ewwwww!

roniesuper9999
roniesuper9999 9 years ago

Thank you.

Marie Cuenca
Marie Cuenca 9 years ago

Great shot! :-)

roniesuper9999
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roniesuper9999

Bulgaria

Spotted on Jan 8, 2012
Submitted on Oct 20, 2012

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