The mystery behind the large eyeball discovered on a Florida beach is almost certainly solved. The blue eyeball which was the size of a softball is believed to have belonged to a swordfish or marlin says Duke University Professor, Sönke Johnsen. Much early speculation ranged from guessed that the eyeball may have belonged to a whale or a giant squid.
The big blue eyeball was found by Gino Covacci on Pompano Beach, north of Fort Lauderdale Florida, on Wednesday.
You knew it was from a Marlin the whole time right? So which was it, a swordfish or a marlin? Can’t a professional tell the difference?!
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Published on Oct 13, 2012 by IBringFireNews.
Just because we know want to fact check the Duke Professor we have also included a fishing video with a Large Swordfish caught off of the Florida coast. At about 3:00 minutes into the video you will be able to see the Swordfish eye up close. You be the judge. Do you think that the eyeball in this video closely matches what washed up on shore Wednesday?
Where did the large eyeball on the Florida Beach come from? Mystery solved!