This amazing picture shows the fruit of a plant that typically grows in the African rainforest, and which is known to science as Pollia condensata.
Should one argue that this fruit slightly resembles grapes, one couldn't be more wrong.
inform us that the fruit of the Pollia condensata plant is presently the most colorful one known to science, in spite of the fact that its cells contain virtually no blue pigment.
Thus, they simply bounce back any light which happens to come their way, and therefore change their color whenever viewers decide to look at it from another perspective.
“The bright blue colouration of this fruit is more intense than that of any previously described biological material. Uniquely in nature, the reflected colour differs from cell to cell, as the layer thicknesses in the multilayer stack vary, giving the fruit a striking pixelated or pointillist appearance,” explains one researcher.