There Are Several Interesting Facts About Coconut
The first question is where the coconut comes from? Well, Scientists have found coconut fossils from around 37 to 55 million years ago in Australia and India, but a dispute about the origin of coconut still exists. There are three widely accepted opinions about the origin: the Americas, the Pacific islands, or somewhere in the Indian Ocean – one even claims it’s from the Malay Archipelago.
The coconut tree is the tree of life, which means all parts of it have used in one way or another. The young flowers of the coconut tree can be eaten. Coconut oil is extracted from the coconut tree. The leaves can be woven into mats, and the tree trunks can be used for building material. The coconut shell can be turned into a bowl when dried and polished. In history, coconut has been used as gas masks. In World War, people introduced the concept of large-scale gas warfare, which made gas masks a necessity for survival. Gas mask manufacturers in the US developed the use of steam-activated coconut char-obtained by burning coconut husks-as an important component in gas mask production.
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