Golden Egg-Like Object Discovered At The Bottom Of Pacific Ocean Puzzles Scientists

A mysterious golden orb resembling an egg has been discovered on the Pacific Ocean floor off the coast of Alaska, leaving scientists puzzled. The finding was made during the Seascape Alaska 5 expedition by a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) research team on August 30. The object measures over 10 centimetres in diameter and has a small tear near its base.

The NOAA shared an image of the object on Twitter, sparking curiosity and speculation. Initial theories ranged from it being a dead sponge attachment or coral to possibly an egg casing. This enigmatic discovery has been playfully dubbed the “golden orb” or “golden egg” due to its striking appearance.

The exact nature of the golden orb remains uncertain. Sam Candio, an NOAA Ocean Exploration coordinator, stated that they were able to retrieve the object but have not been able to definitively identify it as of yet. They plan to conduct further investigations in a laboratory setting using advanced tools and the collective expertise of the scientific community.

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