My preschool class, 4 & 5 year olds, and I were watching this video about creatures living under the sea in Hawaii. At about 56 seconds, there is a yellow creature floating around and we don’t know what it is. Can you help us? Mary
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This egg was found in my cousins yard and we have no idea what it is or where it came from. There wasn’t a nest that we could find. This photo is of my cousin’s husband holding it and he’s not a small guy. The egg was a good bit bigger than a softball. We live in Alabama where there are lots of creeks and the Tombigbee River is maybe 8 miles or so from their place. My cousin’s dog got a hold of the egg and when it did there was yellowish green slime in it. It stunk very bad so no doubt it was a rotten egg of some sort. We would really like to know what could have laid such a big egg and so near to their home. Especially with all of us having small children that run around the property. Shalisha
Hello – we have one Pilgrim goose that appears to be nesting. The only other geese that are around are Canada geese. We also have mallards and one Pekin duck. Could any of them fertilize her eggs? Thank you – Lori (East-central Pennsylvania)
Hi, I was working in my flower bed in North Raleigh, North Carolina and found small piles of what looked like crushed ice but is the texture of a jelly. Did not notice it there two days ago. What would it be? Terresa
On some still ponds in an area which was used for military training during WW2 and then became a clay pigeon shoot, a gold sheen appears during the summer months. It disappears when disturbed only to re-appear if left alone. I have not seen it anywhere else. It could be that material was buried here at the end of the war which could provide a special environment due to leakage, of, for example, phosphorous, which I know was used to make anti-tank bombs. I suspect a micro organism of some sort but what?