why are bananas yellow Poll of the Day


If you’ve ever eaten a banana, you know that if you look closely, you can even see the yellow color on the skin. What you probably don’t realize is that bananas are actually a member of the flowering family; they are a member of the genus Podocarpus. This means that there is a variety of different varieties of bananas.

The skin color of banana is actually a result of the melanin produced by the fruit, which gives the skin a yellowish tint. The reason why the skin becomes yellow is because it’s exposed to UV light, which causes the melanin to break down into a yellow pigment.

My favorite banana is the one in the red spot on the skin, which is a result of having exposed bananas to the sun. If you didn’t know any bananas, they would be a yellowish color. The skin of bananas is actually a shade of red, so it’s hard to tell what was the color of the banana. It is also made from the same material as the skin.

The skin has a very, very dark color, so the skin is very hard to see. It’s like it’s a black skin. It’s so dark that it makes you appear like a black baby. The skin is also a soft, dark brown color, so it’s not as dark as it looks on you to your right.

This is why bananas are so hard to spot or identify. They have no color, no texture, no shape, no form, no color to distinguish them from others.

That said, bananas are very easy to pick out when you see them, or when they’re red and yellow. They’re usually green when they’re ripe, which means that the skin is still soft and pliable.

There is a theory that it was introduced by the bananas for the people on Deathloop, and their color could have been one of the reasons they wanted to hide. The theory is that banana skins are a good insulator. In other words, bananas are pretty transparent. They are also very easy to clean, so the skin is easily removable. All you have to do is wash the skin off and youcan wash it off for free.

While the theory is intriguing, we still have to find out. There are many theories as to the root of the banana color, but the most likely one is that the people on the island are actually an alien species. And as you can tell from the name, theyd love to eat your bananas.

This is also a good way to get rid of those pesky green moles on your keyboard. The key to removing these is to use a sharp instrument like a nail file. It doesn’t go deep enough to really get to the surface, but a nail file is still a good way to remove the green mold. And if you’re worried that you might get cancer from touching the green mold, you can try leaving your keyboard open.

The green mold is the result of contact with the island’s environment, and is caused directly by the banana consumption of the aliens. This is a good example of the power of the Internet of Things. A device like this could be used to alert you to any type of abnormality in your environment or even to inform you of a potential threat. You can also use the device to perform some handy-man work, like removing a pesky green mole.



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