Avocado Pear is another name for Avocado (Persea americana) which is also known as Alligator Pear. Avocado Pear is an oval, green to blackish-skinned fruit, almost the same size and shape of a pear. It has a single stone. When ripe, its flesh has a buttery texture with a rich nutty flavor. Ripe fruits of Avocados can be eaten alone, used in salads and sandwiches, pureed for fruit shakes or smoothies, and ice cream. The Mexican species have an anised-scented leaves which are used in cooking in Central America, including Mexico and it is also used in the production of Avocado Oil for food and cosmetic purposes. Avocado Pear is available in many varieties which are present all over the world.