Where Do Peanuts Come from?

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Peanuts, native to South America can be found all over the world. Peanuts grow under the ground and not on trees.
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Many people doesn't realize that peanuts grow underground. Growing peanuts first was known in Brazil. Soon peanuts became very popular and now are grown in Mexico, Africa, Asia and in the Untied States.
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Peanuts aren't really nuts at all. They don't grow on trees. They grow on a plant that is low to the ground and develop underground. You have to dig them up.
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