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May 6, 2011

Mexican Jumping Beans

Mexican jumping bean is an occurrence native to Mexico, where it is known as Frijoles saltarines.

Physically, Mexican jumping beans resemble small tan to brown beans. They are a seed pod through which the larva of a small moth has chewed.

Mexican "Jumping" Beans jump because of a moth larva living inside each one.

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