Could this be a mulberry?

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    I tried planting some things in a pot but I forgot what it is, I thought it was an oak but someone said it definitely wasn't. I also tried planting mulberries could this be a mulberry?

    It's loosing it's leaves because of autumn.

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    The leaf shape is that of a mulberry.
     
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    Thanks, I planted some acorns and mulberry seeds and forgot where, I thought it was an oak but then someone said it's definitely not, so it's great I have some mulberries.
     

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