The world's largest legume fruits (bean pods) are produced by the tropical liana Entada. The longest pods of the Central American E. gigas may be up to 5 feet long (1.5 m). This gigantic woody vine is truly like Jack's fabulous bean stalk. In Costa Rica it is called "monkey ladder" or "escalera de mono." The woody seeds of E. gigas are called "sea hearts" and are often washed down streams to the sea where they drift across the ocean to distant continents.
Previous pinner: Here's how you do this one. Juggle three chestnuts, making sure each is lofted in the air at least three times. (More than three times is okay, but fewer invalidates them.) Give two of the chestnuts to others to wish on, and keep the third for yourself.