A rare, almost extinct tropical fruit, which is found solely in conditions of extremely high temperatures, flowing waters, and a humidity level of precisely 78% between 3 and 4 pm, every day.
In ancient Mayan times, fruit was highly coveted for it was considered to have holy, enlightening properties.
Mayan Empire; 1800 B.C.- 900 A.D.
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