The pomelo, shaddock, or in scientific terms Citrus maxima or Citrus grandis, is the largest citrus fruit from the family Rutaceae. It is a natural, i.e., non-hybrid, citrus fruit, similar in appearance to a large grapefruit, native to South and Southeast Asia. The pomelo is one of the original citrus species from which the rest of cultivated citrus have been hybridized. The popular fruit is used in many festive celebrations throughout Southeast Asia.
Pomelo the Garden Elephant
Pomelo the Garden Elephant is a series of French children's books about a tiny elephant who lives under a dandelion and has many misadventures because his trunk is unusually long. Pomelo first appeared in the children's book Pomelo est bien sous son pissenlit in 2003. Written by Ramona Badescu and with illustrations by Benjamin Chaud, the book was first published in France by Albin Michel Jeunesse and has been translated into twelve languages.
The Devanahalli pomelo (also called Devanahalli Pomello in official documents) is a variety of the citrus fruit pomelo (Citrus maxima) of the family Rutaceae. It is exclusively grown in the region around Devanahalli taluk, Bangalore Rural District, India, as an exotic crop variety. Its officially designated name is "Devanahalli Pomello (Chakkota)"; it is locally known as chakkota.
Ewerton Paxelo Rodrigues da Silva
Ewerton Paxelo Rodrigues da Silva (born 29 July 1995 in Brazil) is a professional footballer and a national of Brazil.
Pomelo (The garden elephant)