Sometimes nature displays funny variations of a well-known theme. How about a u-shaped banana mango (Mangifera indica, Kiao savoy, Anacardiaceae) decorated with a male fighting beetle (Xylotrupes gideon, Scarabaeidae)? The fruit looks like a gigantic cashew. Unseen in this picture is a blackish crust at the bottom of the u. The shape was probably caused by insects sucking the left side of the growing fruit primordium (where the crust is), causing cell death in one area while the other cells kept growing, bending the whole fruit.