coconut palm

a tall, tropical palm, Cocos nucifera, bearing large, hard-shelled seeds enclosed in a thick, fibrous husk. Compare coconut ( def 3 ).

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coconut palm
coco palm, Also called: coconut tree a tall palm tree, Cocos nucifera, widely planted throughout the tropics, having coconuts as fruits

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The plantation-grown coconut palm is relatively inexpensive and hardwearing.
Coconuts are not only a source of both food and water, different parts of the
  coconut palm can also be used for other purposes.
Now scientists have confirmed that exotic coconut palm trees can also devastate
  native birds and other species.
It occurs in high densities around the atoll, with the largest concentration in
  the coconut palm forest type.
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