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Tiny Watermelon (6 pics)

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  • 19 Jul, 2011  |
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Those are the tiniest watermelons in the world. These tiny berries are grown in South America.

1 Tiny Watermelon (6 pics)


2 Tiny Watermelon (6 pics)


3 Tiny Watermelon (6 pics)


4 Tiny Watermelon (6 pics)


5 Tiny Watermelon (6 pics)




6 Tiny Watermelon (6 pics)


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№1 Author: morrel2 (19 Jul 2011 01:17) Total user comments: 682


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Well, what will Raymond Wendt have to say about this then? 16
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№2 Author: buonsanti (19 Jul 2011 04:38) Total user comments: 8


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DUDE, that's no tiny watermelon! 43 It's called MAXIXE here in Brazil. It's not even sweet. It tastes like cucumber. Very good as a salad. Check it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C
ucumis_anguria
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№3 Author: HarryPudding (19 Jul 2011 04:49) Total user comments: 984


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№4 Author: Saint Barbie (19 Jul 2011 06:19) Total user comments: 390


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Seriously, Morrel2, you have a grand total of 34 comments and I'm willing to bet that they're all 'Well, what will Raymond Wendt have to say about this then?' Shut up already.
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№5 Author: mahedi (19 Jul 2011 06:38) Total user comments: 10772


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№6 Author: boink (19 Jul 2011 09:04) Total user comments: 1221


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It's not a tiny watermelon, it's a huge spoon. Yet again, there is no spoon... 10
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№7 Author: Nguyenazn (19 Jul 2011 10:34) Total user comments: 1146


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Genetic modified food ! some are good and valuable , some are just plain waste of time !
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№8 Author: jai9313 (19 Jul 2011 15:43) Total user comments: 894


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afteri saw the inner side i also think that is a cucumber
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№9 Author: kutiekris420 (19 Jul 2011 18:11) Total user comments: 135


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Mini melon! Except it looks like the inside of a grape..
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№10 Author: raymond.wendt (19 Jul 2011 19:02) Total user comments: 9115


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Thanks for the info buonsanti ! Just love acidcow for teaching me new things and inspiring me to go out and learn more about our cool planet.
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№11 Author: Lu (19 Jul 2011 20:32) Total user comments: 15100


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Cucumber bites.
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№12 Author: thesoulshaker (20 Jul 2011 10:17) Total user comments: 1384


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№13 Author: Jinxaruny (20 Jul 2011 17:35) Total user comments: 10324


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It irritates the crap out of me when people can't get their facts straight... 46
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№14 Author: cherrygarcia14 (21 Jul 2011 20:27) Total user comments: 2278


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miniature cucumber, seen them where i live also...
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№15 Author: pash.maloo (24 Jul 2011 04:03) Total user comments: 1713


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very cool - wish we could grow these here in Canada --- well, we could use them as ice cubes.... 07
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№16 Author: DocMcCoy (25 Oct 2011 16:44) Total user comments: 6039


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They have seeds! 09
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