A slew of eggs unearthed at an elementary school in Australia has spawned something of a debate between wildlife experts who can't agree on what kind of creature left them there.
After a whopping 43 of the mysterious objects were removed by an animal rescue group in the town of Laurieton, concerns were raised when one of the workers announced that they were from brown snakes.
This news was met with profound fear from the parents of children who attend the school, since brown snakes are both highly venomous and aggressive.
However, the initial assessment, which was largely informed by brown snake sightings in the area and derived by shining a flashlight 'through' the eggs to see what was inside, has been called into question by animal experts.
More on this puzzling story at the Coast to Coast AM website.