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  • Decapitated Crocodile Washes up on South African Beach

    A couple from St. Lucia, South Africa discovered a decapitated crocodile head on a South African beach. Neale and Brigitte Cary-Smith posted their find online, where it became a viral hit, according to the Daily Mail.
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  • Weird Objects found Washed up on Shore

    A <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/US/giant-eyeball-washes-ashore-florida/story?id=17463911">giant eyeball from a mystery sea creature</a>, photographed Oct. 11, 2012 in Pompano Beach, Fla. The eye washed ashore Wednesday and experts still don't know where it came from.
    Carli Segelson/Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
  • Weird Objects found Washed up on Shore

    The carcass of an odd-looking creature, referred to as the "Montauk Monster," has reportedly washed up a Long Island, N.Y., shore. Again. The "Montauk Monster" first made headlines last summer, when the dead body of an unidentified "beast" was seen on the beach in Ditch Plains, Long Island in 2009.
    montauk-monster.com
  • Weird Objects found Washed up on Shore

    A grand piano is seen on a sandbar in Biscayne Bay on Jan. 26, 2011 in Miami, Florida. It is unknown how or why the heavy musical instrument was on the sandbar but some speculated it was part of a music video production. The piano was charred from being burned.
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  • Weird Objects found Washed up on Shore

    A Harley-Davidson motorbike lies on a beach in Graham Island, western Canada. Japanese media say the motorcycle lost in last year's tsunami washed up on the island about 4,000 miles away, April 2011. The rusted bike was originally found in a large white container where its owner, Ikuo Yokoyama, had kept it. The container was later washed away, leaving the motorbike half-buried in the sand.
    Peter Mark/AP Photo
  • Weird Objects found Washed up on Shore

    A life size Lego Man was found washed up on a Florida beach, and people are scratching their heads as they try to figure out where it came from and what it could possibly mean, Oct. 24, 2011. Jeff Hindman reportedly found the bright red, yellow, and green Lego Man as he walked on the Siesta Key Beach in Sarasota County, according to a report in the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
    ABC NEWS
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