A giant eyeball presumably belonging to an enormous sea creature was found Wednesday on Pompano Beach in Florida.
But so far, the Florida Fish and Wild Conservation Commission isn't venturing a guess as to what kind of creature that might be.
"We're hoping to determine what kind, but at this point we just don't know," said Carli Segelson, a spokeswoman for the FWC.
The "mystery eyeball," as it's being referred to on the agency's Facebook page, is "larger than a baseball but smaller than a softball," Segelson said.
It's being preserved and will be delivered to the agency's research lab in St. Petersburg, where scientists will attempt to identify whether the eyeball belonged to a whale, a giant squid, or something else.
Hopefully, they'll also be able to venture a guess as to how it became dislodged.
--Images are courtesy of Carli Segelson / Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission