Many scientists have selectively bred different fruits together to produce hybrids. Some are available at the local supermarket, while others have been taste-tested by only dozens of people. Prepare to be amazed by this list of the Top 10 Strangest Hybrid Fruits. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook https://twitter.com/BeAmazedVideos https://instagram.com/BeAmazedVideos ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Credit: https://pastebin.com/af5DnUwx Be Amazed at these Top 15 STRANGEST Hybrid Fruits! Blood Limes - “Blood Limes” sound like the title of a slasher film set on a citrus farm, or maybe something Edward Cullen would enjoy a slice of in a martini. Rangpur or Kassia Lime - Next we have another citrus hybrid, the rangpur or Kassia Lime. Orangelo - The orangelo —not to be confused with orange Jello—is a combination of orange and grapefruit. Ugli Fruit - When I think of ugly fruit, I think of that orange I found covered in mold at the back of my fridge one time. Tangelo - Because I'm so great at rhyming, our next strange hybrid fruit is the tangelo—okay, the second half of it rhymes. Jostaberry - Never heard of the jostaberry? Neither had I, probably because it hasn't been harvested on a commercial scale in more than three decades. Peacotum - No, the peacotum is not the latest winter look from Paris. Oroblanco - With its green-and-white color scheme (green on the outside and white on the inside), the oroblanco - looks like a bleached lime, but is actually a pomelo/lime mix. Lemonimes - Sometimes I wonder where Sprite and 7-Up come from. It turns out, there is a tree that grows a lemon-lime flavored fruit, the lemonime. Pineberry - If I had to guess what a pineberry was, I'd probably think it was a cross between a pine tree and some sort of berry, but I'd be wrong. Tayberry - A combination of blackberry and red raspberry, the tayberry is not something you see often in the produce aisle. Mandarinquat - Mandarinquat doesn't just roll off the tongue like kumquat, but it is a combination of the mandarin and kumquat. Limequat - I'm on a quat-kick right now. No, I'm not working on my quads, I'm talking about fruits that end in quat. Pluots or Plumcots ,- On first glance, the pluot, or plumcot, looks a lot like a regular plum. Lemato - Sometimes I say to myself, “Lemons and tomatoes just aren't acidic enough on their own, I'd like to mix them together!” Okay, I don't say that because they're both really acidic fruits.