1. Jelly Delights
Imagine stumbling over a whole beach covered with these bizarre spheres that are being washed ashore. What would be your first instinctive reaction? Nine out of ten chances that you could not resist the urge to crack at least one. But if you find out what they really are, you probably think twice about breaking them up.
Believe it or not, these weird, jelly-filled blobs are actually egg sacks. They are a common sight on the beaches of southern Brazil, Uruguay and northern Argentina. They are big enough to believe that they come from a huge marine life, but they are actually produced by Adelomelon Brasiliana – a sea snail species!