What On Earth Is It? – #35

Why not astound us with your superior knowledge of the most bizarre-looking objects in the universe by identifying the following thingy…

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What On Earth Is It? – #35

If you think you know what it really is, or – even better – you have a hilariously silly concept of what it might be (but definitely isn’t), drop us a line and get your suggestion printed in the magazine next month.

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  • Steve

    White chocolate milky way magic stars? Messier 22?

  • Romesh

    I have read about these before, they are known as Foraminifera and are ancient sea creatures found in marine conditions. I think the oil industry use them to date rocks and find new oil fields.

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  • Will Rendall

    Some kind of microbes?

  • Jake

    Cadbury’s new white chocolate stars?

  • James

    A close up of coral/Jelly fish?

  • Andreas

    Beautiful stars?