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Almost perfect. We still need the star fruit for the top of the tree.

–Timon, Timon and Pumbaa's Christmas

Star Fruits are a type of fruit that appear in The Lion Guard.

Appearance

Broken-star
Star Fruits are yellow fruits which usually have five ridges, which, when split in half, gives them the appearance of a star, hence their names. The inside flesh is much lighter than the skin.

Information

In addition to being a source of food, they are used to decorate the top of Christmas trees in The Lion Guard.

History

Timon and Pumbaa's Christmas

When Makini asks about a painting of Timon placing a star fruit atop a tree, Rafiki explains the concept of Christmas to her.

Later, while Timon decorates his tree, Bunga gives him a star fruit, and Timon takes it to the top of the tree, placing it on the top.

Trivia

  • In the real world, star fruits are not native to Africa.
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