Normal coconuts have 3 eyes, no less, no more !


The English name coconut, first mentioned in English print in 1555, comes from Spanish and Portugese word coco, which means "monkey face." It is said Spanish and Portugese explorers found a resemblance to a monkey's face in the three round indented markings or "eyes" found at the top of the coconut. A normal coconut have 3 "eyes", but not all the coconut with 3 "eyes" are ordinary ones as size, shape and disposition of the coconut "eyes" may vary a lot...
Indian people say that coconut have no one mouth and 2 eyes.