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Posted by: Mike Posted on: 14. Jan 2014 at 05:07
I would agree with the experts, that the structure looks swordfishy.
Posted by: Silver Posted on: 15. Oct 2012 at 17:22
When news of a giant, unidentified eyeball on a Florida beach came out, it sounded like a snippet from a Blaylock story!

However, the mystery has apparently been solved as to its origin:

http://www.cnn.com/2012/10/15/us/florida-giant-eyeball/

Even so, the pics of the eyeball remain enigmatic, and one imagines the creature they came from as being substantial-sized!