There was a time when one wanted to peel a coconut from its cover; you either hit the coconut on the ground several times to loosen the outer cover. Some used a machete to open it. Some still used to sharpen a blunt piece of wood, sink the wood on the ground, and then peel the coconut. Now all those tiresome and archaic methods of peeling a coconut are a thing of the past. Thanks to an engineering firm that has come up with a timely, innovative farm tool, coconuts’ peeling is now a walk in the park.
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