In which country are watermelons grown in a specific cube shape?
Watermelons in the shape of cubes have undeniable utility values - they are much better suited to a small refrigerator and are easier to transport. However, limiting their shape during growth causes that watermelons grow much smaller. That's why they cost about 3 times more than a regular watermelon and are sold mainly as a curiosity - for example for a gift.
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What is the profession of the man on the photo?
The Poultry breeder
The Feather salesman