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English: Cyborglog ('glog) made while eating an Old Apple

This apple has a peel that's a very deep burgundy colour, and the flesh of the fruit is roughly the same colour as the peel. I'd be curious if someone can tell me more about this apple.

One apple expert examined it, tasted it, etc., and referred to it as " Old Apple".
Date 15:32, 15 August 2008 (UTC)
(28 August 2004 (original upload date))
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Author Steve Mann. Original uploader was Glogger at en.wikipedia
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