Myrtillocactus geometrizans cv. Fukurokuryuzinboku aka Breast cactus

The Japanese cultivar Myrtillocactus geometrizans cv. Fukurokuryuzinboku’ is a strange monstrous form and a very rare and priced collector item. Its vernacular English names “Breast Cactus” or “Titty Cactus” comes from the particular shape of the tubercled ribs that resemble women breasts.

Breast cactus

Breast cactus

This plant – apart from the breasts – is similar in all other features to the common “Blue Candle” and can grow up to 4.5 m tall, with the crown reaching up to 5 m in width.
Stems: Glaucous (blue grey) Up to 3 -10 cm thick. They have 5-8 strange chinned ribs, shaped like a woman’s breast that are approximately 2.5 cm in depth with areoles about 3-5 cm apart. Each monstrous ribs is bordered with irregularly pleaded longitudinal groves .

Breast cactus

Breast cactus

Breast cactus

Spines: Each areole has approx to 4 small black spines, that are usually only a few mm long. But plants grown in full sun may have longer on stouter spines up to 2 cm long thought not awful.

Breast cactus

Myrtillocactus geometrizans cv. Fukurokuryuzinboku aka Breast cactus
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Female octopus

The real octomom: Scientists find record-breaking octopus that stayed with her eggs for over four YEARS.
Researchers at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) have observed a deep-sea octopus brooding its eggs for four and one half years—longer than any other known animal. Throughout this time, the female octopus, a species known as Graneledone boreopacifica, kept the eggs clean and guarded them from predators – even though she gradually lost weight and her skin became loose and pale.

female octopus with boobs

Graneledone boreopacifica produces hatchlings that are very highly developed, which gives them the advantage of a high potential for survival.

This research suggests that, in addition to setting records for the longest brooding time of any animal, Graneledone boreopacifica may be one of the longest lived cephalopods (a group that includes octopuses, squids, and their relatives).
Most shallow-water octopuses and squids live just a year or two.

octopus mum

As the years passed, her translucent eggs grew larger and the researchers could see young octopuses developing inside. Because the young octopus spend so much time in their eggs, by the time they hatch they are fully capable of surviving on their own and hunting for small prey. In fact, the newborns of G. boreopacifica are larger and better developed than the hatchlings of any other octopus or squid.

octopus kids

The female octopus clinging to a rocky ledge just above the floor of the canyon, about 1,400 meters (4,600 feet) below the ocean surface.
octopus deep sea

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Citrus boobs

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Shell boobs

Nippel or shell?
shell boobs

Shell boobs?
shell boobs

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Loquat fruit boobs

Not only nuts have nipples

loquat fruit boobs

Loquat fruit (Eriobotrya japonica) – is a fruit from tree in the family Rosaceae, indigenous to southeastern China.
The loquat grows as an evergreen tree, reaching heights of growth of about 7 to 10 meters. The hairy leaves are simple. The leaf stalk is 6 to 10 mm is very short.

The pear-shaped plum or false fruits are about 5 cm long and have the thickest cm in diameter of about 4. Their thin, bright yellow skin is finely hairy and can be removed easily. The flesh of the loquat is yellow to orange depending on variety and firm or soft. It is juicy and refreshing and has a sweet and sour taste. Immature taste the fruit very acidic. Ripe fruit can be identified by small brown spots on the shell, they are not a sign of spoilage. In the fruit of the bent-back petals are clearly visible. The fruit usually contains two to ten hard, smooth seeds, from which we can very easily pull young plants. The fruits are with us regularly in April and May in markets and fruit shops.

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