Here's What Happens To A Grapefruit After 72 Days

Nov 14, 2015 By Jake Brannon

No fruit is more divisive than the grapefruit. Unlike other citrus fruits, grapefruit is bitter, impractically large and requires a special spoon to eat it. Seriously, can you think of any other fruit that can't be eaten without a specific tool? Its juice tastes like poison and it smells like something that could bring a dead body back to life. But those who love it swear by it. They begin every morning with half a grapefruit sprinkled with salt and wouldn't have it any other way. 

Recently, YouTube channel "Temponaut Timelapse" showed us what a grapefruit looks like as it rots over the course of 72 days. Whether you enjoy eating them or not, their time-lapse offers a fascinating look at the intense changes that naturally occur over time.

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