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Ummm... has it occurred toUmmm... has it occurred to anybody that the reason most seeds appear to have a "spoon" shape is simply because this is the standard appearance, while other shapes are unusual variations, given that persimmons are native to temperate climates where snow in the winter is likely? Most all seeds have the spoon shape because that is their natural form. This does not indicate snow; persimmons grow in climates where snow is likely. Use your brains. Correlation does not equal causation. Oh and by the way, I have a lot of money tied up in a bank account in Nigeria, and I need somebody to help me get it out, and you will be generously rewarded for your effort...

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