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The fruit is pear-shaped sculpture Bhudha you may never find except in China.
A farmer in China named Hao Xianzhang made a new breakthrough in the form of a pear he made a planted pear shaped Buddhist statues.
Hao Xianzhang to set up a pear-shaped statue of Buddha is in fact not an easy thing to do, before he had been doing research for the past 6 years to make a pear shaped this Buddha statue.
After Hao Xianzhang find the right way to make the Buddha-shaped pears with painstaking Hao Xianzhang wrap pear one by one as a child using a plastic mold of its own, as a result now Xianzhang Hao has created sculptures of pears with as many as 10,000 pieces Bhuda .
The price was not cheap sale for 1 Buddha-shaped pears is sold for £ 5, although it is expensive but works pear Hao Xianzhang very well liked for its unique shape.
"People think they're funny or as a matter of luck and will directly purchase after they are harvested," said Hao, as reported by the Daily Mail.
Hao Xianzhang itself plans to market the fruits of this creation to a number of European countries, one of which is English.