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She Finds A STRANGE Egg In Her Garden. Watch What Happens When It Hatches…

By Karly Carpena
January 6, 2016

It sorta looks like a prehistoric dinosaur egg, but we promise this is not your typical egg. In fact, it doesn’t even belong to an animal…

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Native to Australia and New Zealand, this egg is actually a strange mushroom known as Devil’s Fingers. When the fungi finally hatches, it’s easily mistaken for an alien.

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Most fungi grown out of soil or on trees, but this fungi known as clathrus archeri grows in a gelatinous egg-like sack until the fruit body is ready to emerge.

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Once hatched, four to eight super creepy “tentacles” burst out of the egg…

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The fungi has a strong odor known for attracting flies…

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It’s also edible, but I would never get near that thing!

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