Giant "Mystery" Eyeball Discovered in Pompano Beach; FWC Investigates
Courtesy of FWC
What in the hell is going in Broward County these days? First a guy dies from eating too many bugs, then this thing washes up in Pompano Beach.
The above picture is of a giant eyeball that a Pompano Beach resident discovered and turned over to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
We're assuming that it belonged to a squid of some sort. But we're hoping that it really belongs to some giant unknown sea monster lurking off our beaches.
According to FWC's Facebook, they packed it on ice and shipped it off to the Tequesta Field Lab for proper identification.
We put in calls to FWC to learn more about the whole situation, and we'll update when we hear back.
New Times can confirm with 100 percent confidence that the eyeball doesn't belong to this guy:
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