Unusual watermelon

Lancy Robinson of Ramer, Tenn., shows the unusual moon and star watermelon he grew in his garden this late summer season. Usually green with the normal moon and star pattern, this melon was half solid yellow in color. “People said they have never seen anything like it,” said Robinson. “I grow the melons every year, but never had one come out like this.”

Unusual watermelon

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