People like to visit the beach for three main reasons: to relax and enjoy the sun, to be adventurous and take a swim in the ocean or maybe even surf, and to find buried/hidden treasures on the shore. However, you don’t necessarily have to be on the lookout for interesting finds at the beach in order to find them – they just sometimes happen to appear right in front of you. Such “treasures,” however, can be a variety of things. Sometimes they’re super valuable and sometimes they’re super random. The items you can find on a beach are unpredictable and that’s what makes them so great to find. It also from time to time doesn’t matter what you find but what you do with it. The man from #11, for example, has completely restored my faith in humanity.
Meteorologist Eric Fisher claimed it was a “once-in-a-generation” event.
Judging from the size of the tooth, the shark must have been 60 feet long.
The fish was 15 1/2 feet long and weight around 200 pounds.
Talk about humanity.
The beach had to be closed down for a cleanup.
They kind of look like a pair of miniature Batman masks.
The spearhead was estimated to be between 10,000 to 11,000 years old.
The hat was found encrusted in coral and filled with worms and barnacles.
The creatures are actually velella velella, also known as sea raft. They look very similar to the poisonous Portuguese man o’ war, but unlike them, these little guys are harmless.
Both turtles were helped, taken care of, and transferred to the Newport Aquarium.
Although it was dead, the alive venom found in it had enough power to paralyze anyone who came in tact with it.