What does the Museum of Natural Sciences see this thing? It had no tag at all.
Some time ago, sailors from Antwerp used to entertain themselves by giving out these figures and saying they were sea demons. Some scientists even tried to solve the mystery through careful studies.
A new type of rain in the shape of a blue jelly?
Scientists, however, say that these phenomena are called “marine invertebrate eggs” and have been brought to the house of our hero at the foot of the birds.
An odd design for a helmet. Who needed it, huh?
It was the German army that first used the flamethrower as a weapon between 1912 and 1915.
This fish was caught in India by a friend of mine. What the hell’s wrong with it?
This guy seems to have some health problems, possibly parasites. In fact, this is the usual form. It’s a Garra fish — a fish from the Cyprinidae family that was discovered recently
This was found in an old juice jar. .
“Hard shell with one barb on one end. Several of them washed up on the beach. It doesn’t look like a seashell.”
“This key was found by my friend to clean his grandparents ‘ house — what would it open up?”
“Founded in China: a edible, sweet, honeycomb-like object.”