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Dr. Evil's Tomatoes 3 : Stock Photo
Just one of the many species in the nightshade family which includes tomatoes and peppers, deadly nightshade looks good to eat, but alas, they don't call it that for nothing. I love the way you can see through each deadly berry to the seeds within.

Dr. Evil's Tomatoes 3

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Just one of the many species in the nightshade family which includes tomatoes and peppers, deadly nightshade looks good to eat, but alas, they don't call it that for nothing. I love the way you can see through each deadly berry to the seeds within.
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