The Apple That’s One in a Million

Have you seen this awesome apple? A random genetic mutation caused this apple to have two colors, split perfectly in the middle. It turned up in the village of Colaton Raleigh, Devon UK where Mr Morrish, 72, who has been harvesting the apples from trees in his garden for 45 years, was picking a few apples for his sister-in-law. Mr Morrish said: “I couldn't believe my eyes. The red and green split through the stem is totally perfect – as if I've painted it. “It's a genuine one-off and none of us have ever seen an apple like it before.” Experts believe that the odds of finding an apple with such a perfect line between the green and the red are more than a million to one. Thanks, Mother Nature, for a very cool surprise! Via Telegraph

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