The student becomes the teacher. And so, the seed becomes the tree devouring the host apple. Such is the circle of life.
"Oh, hey! What's up? Just hanging out inside this apple you were planning on eating, but now there's no way you could ever finish it."
Is it an exotic flower? Is it a weird sea creature that can somehow live on land? Nope! It's an artichoke.
This image of an avocado growing another avocado is literally the only thing that could make us give up our avocado toast addiction. We're pretty much done for life. The only upside is now we can afford a house!
It's a pepper inside a pepper. This makes this pepper the Inception of vegetables. Is the top spinning????
Wow. Now that we know that cabbages have the amazing power to grow like this, we know not to mess with cabbages. They mean business!
It looks as if this cabbage survived some terrifying nuclear disaster. This cabbage has a lot of stories to tell. But we're too afraid to ask what they are.
Well, now we know where palm trees come from. It's kind of disgusting. Almost like watching your parents go at it. We can't unsee this.
This lemon isn't bad. It's just misunderstood. Know the difference!
This looks like bugs. We can't not see bugs. Now we're pretty sure you can't not see bugs either. Sorry.
Life finds a way. These potatoes are determined to bust through their plastic prison no matter what. How strong!
Boo! This is the scariest thing we'll see all Halloween. Pumpkin guts are gross.
Wow! What a cool exotic fruit! Oh, no, wait. It's a strawberry. Never mind. That's lame.
Someone fed their strawberry after midnight. The man that these strawberries were purchased from explicitly said not to do that. But some rules were made to be broken!
I say "tomato." You say "to-mah-to." We both say we're terrified of this thing.