The burra nut, also known as betel nut or areca nut, is the seed of the areca palm tree (Areca catechu). The seed is commonly consumed in many parts of Asia and the Pacific, particularly in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Papua New Guinea. The hard outer shell of the burra nut can be polished and carved, creating intricate designs and patterns. In some cultures, the burra nut has been used as a traditional material for carving, and is considered a valuable and important part of the local craft industry.
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