What is a coconut shell?

A coconut shell is the hard, inner layer of a coconut fruit. It is found by removing the husk, the fibrous outer layer of the coconut. The coconut shell encases the inner meat, which is the white, edible part of the coconut, as well as the coconut water.

Coconut shells are known for their durability and strength. They have been traditionally used in various cultures for different purposes, ranging from utensils and containers to handicrafts and even fuel. In recent times, coconut shells have gained attention for their potential as a sustainable and eco-friendly material for various applications, such as eco-friendly bowls, planters, utensils, and pet products.

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