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Veggies decompose in months-long time lapses

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See what happens when garden radishes are left alone for 50 days. This 2-minute video from Temponaut Time lapse captures how the radishes rot and get moldy.

Below, an eggplant/aubergine time-lapse, 60 days in 3.5 minutes:


And tomatoes rot over the course of 247 days:

Previously from Temponaut: The decomposition of a watermelon over 35 days and the decomposition of a pineapple in 2 months.

Plus: Reverse Therapy – Unchopping, Unshelling, & Unpeeling in 4K and how are tomatoes grown and harvested?

Bonus: There’s no such thing as vegetables.

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