Hint: It is a rarely seen part of a well-known fruit.
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It’s a pit to some kind of stone fruit.
You are on the right track…
that don’t look like no mango pit I’ve ever seen! Looks more like a s’more pit
inside of a peach pit
Haha. S’more pit. I like it. Wouldn’t eat that s’more, though. Y’all are so close. If you just combine some of the previous comments (minus the s’more pit), we might have a winner. (Just to be clear, there are no prizes beside my undying admiration.)
Inside of a plum pit.
The inside (pit?) of a durian fruit.
The inside of a lemon or orange seed.
Sorry for leaving you hanging over the weekend…it is a mango seed, which resides inside the pit. I cut open a mango last week and notice a crack in the pit, and curiosity prevailed. Voila! (Or, it is, as Brendan says, a smore pit. Either way.)
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