In 2006, on the shores of the Outer Banks were washed thousands of bags from the Doritos snacks.
In 2005 on the Newport Beach in California was found a giant squid. Brrrrr…
Many old shoes have been found since 2007 in the Pacific Northwest. Most of the shoes can only be bought in Asia. Most probably these shoes belong to the victims of the Asian Tsunami of 2004.
A huge wave has knocked some containers off a cargo ship near the beaches of Kodiak, Alaska. These containers were overrun with sports-themed fly swatters coming from many professional and college teams.
Back in 1992 a cargo ship dropped 28,000 rubber ducks into the Pacific by accident. So many years later, the little rubber ducks can still be seen all over the world, on almost every continent. These cute little pollutants helped scientists research the ocean currents, and helped them discover the North Pacific Gyre, where all ducks eventually ended up.
This 8-foot-tall Lego man Ego Leonard, has been seen on at least four beaches all over the world. Nobody knows why he shows up or how he swims in international waters, but he is always welcomed among the beach lovers.
That gross eyeball has been found on the Fort Lauderdale beach. It was proven that it belongs to a swordfish. Most probably the fish was killed.
A banana boat had sunk somewhere off the coast of two Dutch North Sea islands. When found, the bananas were fine to eat.
Back in 2011 a grand piano emerged on a beach in Miami. Why and how? Nobody knows.
That photo was spread in Internet in 2008, provoking a serious debate. It looks terrible and horrifying. When zoologists checked it out, they told the society that that is a water-logged raccoon.