A Ghanaian man has left almost everyone in shock on social media after he spotted a mystery egg tree in Ghana and he believes that there is no difference between fowl eggs and the eggs that were spotted on the tree.
In the video, a man showed a live tree that has raw eggs on it, he even carried a flat plate and a spoon and broke some of the eggs, which made it look more like a mystery because it's surprising to see an egg tree.
The most interesting part of this article is how people reacted to the video of the mystery egg tree. Some people were already craving to have such a tree so that they would stop buying fowl eggs, while many others believe that such a tree might be another species of garden eggs.
Have you ever seen such a tree?
What can you say about the tree?
Can you eat the eggs from the egg tree?
Would you prefer the eggs from the tree to fowl eggs?
Let's know your thoughts in this regard, thank you.
Meanwhile, see how people reacted below 👇
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