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What makes the inside of a watermelon pink?

Asked by Foolaholic (5801points) June 8th, 2008

is it just a specific pigment, or something else?

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The colour on the inside of a watermelon is from anthocyanin a naturally formed pigment

playthebanjo's avatar

it’s watermelon blood…same as us.

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