In a post on the agency's Facebook page, it said researchers determined the eyeball belonged to a swordfish based on its "color, size and structure, along with the presence of bone around it."
Mainly, how did the eyeball come out so perfectly? Was it just tossed off a fishing boat that caught one and filleted the fish on the spot?
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