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According to information circulated on the social network Facebook, this tree is denominated Nareepol, in which “Naree” signifies girl or woman, “pol” represents plant or tree and Nareepol implies tree. women. This strange plant is reported to inhabit Phetchabun province, northern Thailand, about 500km from Bangkok. The tree produces green fruit with the likeness of girls who are closed but quite charming and alluring.
This unusual arborescent growth is said to thrive in the designated geographic region for approximately 500 kilometers from the capital city. The tree is claimed to yield green fruit embodying the similitude of females who remain concealed yet possess a magnetic appeal.
It is claimed that this peculiar plant only blossoms once every 20 years. The photographs circulated on social media platforms demonstrate that this fruit possesses an exceptionally perfect form, even the smallest details such as ocular organs, nasal passages, oral apertures or interdigital appendages are strangely anthropomorphic. Therefore, despite never having been able to “perceive visual and auditory stimuli”, many individuals rapidly assent to the belief that it is a sacred comestible.
Pictures of peculiar fruits spread across social networks.
However, many others are keen-eyed and pay close attention, so it is straightforward to discern that it is all a hoax. It is clarified that:
Primarily, if such an astounding phenomenon were genuine, the tree would surely be quite renowned and even attract media interest. Scientists also cannot overlook the study of such strange species. Nor are there any reliable reports of such a plant growing in Thailand or elsewhere.
Second, the photos posted online seem to be taken in the identical location, the identical tree. If this plant were real, there would surely be innumerable pictures of them appearing on various blogs, travel websites, and photo-sharing websites.
The image of this strange tree makes many people really surprised, but there are also some who think that there is no such fruit but because of pressing or editing.
Therefore, certain netizens hypothesize that these strangely shaped fruits are most likely the product of digital manipulation or that someone fabricated a hoax by attaching artificial figurines to ordinary tree branches and subsequently documented their creative endeavor through photography. If one observes with care, the stalks of these fruits are obscured behind the foliage, though unintentionally transformed into a purposeful camouflage.
In verity, Thai mythology also references an arboreal entity named Nariphon (supposedly akin to Nareepol) inhabiting a mysterious forest populated by Buddhists designated Phetchabun. It is claimed that here the Buddha constructed for Vessantara (a famous prince who compassionately relinquished power and property to follow Buddhism), his wife and two offspring a hut within the forest enabling him to dwell therein, meditate.
However, when Vessantara’s wife went to the forest to pick fruit, she was often teased by Buddhists who had not escaped the mundane. Knowing this, Buddha created the Nariphon tree. The tree produces fruit in the shape of extremely beautiful girls to distract the other Buddhists so that Vessantara’s wife can find food for her husband and children.
According to this myth, after Vessantara and his wife died, the Nariphon tree continued to bear fruit. So it is said that there are two Nariphon trees in a Buddhist temple near Bangkok. However, so far, it is just a story that people have spread among themselves, without any real evidence.