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Time lapse decomposition of a tomato over two months

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Time lapse decomposition of a tomato over two months. 

See even more decomposition videos in the archives, including: Decomposition of a watermelon, Whale Fall (After Life of a Whale), and the fastest accelerator on the planet.

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