What’s this then?

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Thursday 22 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike

About time for a new ‘Guess What?‘ challenge….

Any ideas this time around?

Good luck one and all.

SPIKE

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9 thoughts on “What’s this then?

  1. Fiona says:

    These are dates!

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  2. at first I thought seaweed, but I have been convinced by your readers it must be young dates.

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  3. AnnetteM says:

    Can I change my mind – think they are young dates after all.

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  4. AnnetteM says:

    I suspect they are quite small. They look bean shaped like Mung beans but they also seem to be growing on a stalk at the far left. How about sprouting soya beans?

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  5. 2e0mca says:

    I’m with New Bloggy Cat – Date Palm fruit.

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  6. Yvonne says:

    They look like some kind of seed, but I don’t know what! (That’s a non-guess, right?)

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  7. Is it jelly palm or fruit from the palm tree?

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