Science Thursday, October 7th 2010 at 9:44 am

The World’s Largest Cucumber

Assuming this CEN photo is for real (here’s its Error Level Analysis), this is the world’s largest cucumber. Per the ANI wire report, it’s 5 feet, 7 inches long and was grown by a Chinese farmer named Akele Hi. “Akele says he did nothing but water the plant and put the odd shovelful of horse dung on it.” This smashes the record of the former world’s largest cucumber, which was a mere 46.5 inches long. (3’10.5″).

(The Sun via Fark)

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