Watermelons are to thought to have originated in Africa. They can grow to up to six kilogrammes in weight and have a sweet and crisp flesh that is refreshing and juicy to eat.

The outside skin of a watermelons is hard, green and sometimes striped. The flesh is pink or red and  dotted with black seeds, which can be toasted and eaten as a snack.

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