Asian horned toad
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Ivory Gaya Melon Originally from Japan, this melon is now grown in Mexico and South America, but the photo specimen was procured at a Los Angeles farmer's market from a Japanese grower who described it only as "Japanese Melon". I have recently seen it in one of the larger Asian markets in Los Angeles. It has excellent keeping properties these melons sat around on my kitchen floor for nearly 2 months before I got around to photographing them. The rind is very thin, the flesh is crisp and moderately sweet and the stems were not slipped. Chamelon Gaya Melon On the outside this mellon looks a lot like a Piel de Sapo but inside it's different.
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Asian Horned Toad, Megophrys nasuta, a member of the Megophryidae. SE Asia (captive).
Asian Horned Toad, Megophrys nasuta, a member of the Megophryidae Stock Photo: - Alamy
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