One-of-a-Kind Apple


Ken Morrish of Colaton Raleigh, East Devon, insists he picked this mutated Golden Delicious apple from a tree in his garden.

“The red and green split through the stem is totally perfect – as if I’ve painted it,” Mr. Morrish told the Daily Mail. “It’s a genuine one-off and none of us have ever seen an apple like it before.”

According to horticulturists, who’ve examined the fruit, it’s the product of a random genetic mutation.

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