Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

The 25 Strangest Things Ever Found At The Beach… #14 Is Hauntingly Beautiful.

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.

#1. A dog walker found ambergris (highly valuable whale vomit used for perfume) on a beach and sold it at an auction for £11,000 ($16,253.05).

A dog walker found ambergris (highly valuable whale vomit used for perfume) on a beach and sold it at an auction for £11,000 ($16,253.05).

BBC

#2. Big chunks of ice the size of icebergs randomly appeared on the coast of Cape Cod National Seashore, Massachusetts.

Meteorologist Eric Fisher claimed it was a "once-in-a-generation" event.

#3. A 30 foot carcass of some type of sea animal was found decomposing on a Scotland beach by a couple.

A 30 foot carcass of some type of sea animal was found decomposing on a Scotland beach by a couple.

The Sun

#4. A compilation of rocks representing a shrine of dreams, hopes, and advice were found on Oakville beach.

A compilation of rocks representing a shrine of dreams, hopes, and advice were found on Oakville beach.

Tracey White Kirouac

#5. A family's kids thought they were playing with a buoy they found on the beach when it was really an unexploded bomb from World War II.

A family's kids  thought they were playing with a buoy they found on the beach when it was really an unexploded bomb from World War II.

Wales News Service

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