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A drupe is a fleshy fruit comprising an outer skin (exocarp), a fleshy pulp (mesocarp), and an inner hard and woody stone (endocarp) enclosing a single seed. Examples include cherries, peaches, plums, olives, almonds, walnuts, and coconuts.

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