One of the most versatile world travellers is the fruit of the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera), native to the numerous islands dotting the southern Pacific. This fruit has needed no help from human beings in crossing and recrossing the oceans, a...
One of the most versatile world travellers is the fruit of the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera), native to the numerous islands dotting the southern Pacific. This fruit has needed no help from human beings in crossing and recrossing the oceans, and it grows today on the sandy coast of every continent and island in tropical waters.
Well adapted by nature for sea travel, the coconut has a thick, fibrous husk which makes it buoyant in water; a hard, leathery, watertight shell, and a hollow center, partly filled with a milky fluid. Its name is derived from the Portuguese coco - grimace, because it resembles a grinning human face.
The coconut palm, growing along sandy coastal strips, drops its ripe nuts which are swept by the tides into the ocean, thus starting their long journey to whatever faraway shores the currents may lead them. Tossed by the waves upon a suitable beach, a plant emerges through the soft eye of the nut, taking root and growing into a new coconut tree. The coconut palm is the staff of life and general provider for the island peoples of the tropics.
According to the South Sea proverb: "He who plants a coconut tree plants food and drink, vessels and clothing, a habitation for himself and a heritage for his children." The coconut is an important commercial crop on all the tropical islands. The sun-dried meat of the cracked nut, called Copra, from the Hindu khopra - skull nut-shell, is exported to all western lands as raw material in the production of oil, margarine and soap.
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