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Work continues to restore the beloved Bayville dinosaur, which recently was placed back on its Route 9 perch. Wochit
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Editor's note: 'That's weird' is an occasional series through which APP.com will explore all that's weird and odd in the Garden State and beyond. BERKELEY - What are these?A reader brought these unidentifiable "eggs" to the Press' attention, saying her husband Jack found them in their backyard.
"Any help you can give identifying them would be helpful," said Sandra Stephenson.ALSO: 5 weird places to visit at the ShoreSandra: "He (Jack) has been putting new lining under the stones in the yard to prevent weeds from coming through. He thought the 'eggs' may have been blown from a tree nest or fallen from one."Their property backs onto a pond and there are trees bordering the water as well as hedges on the property, she explained. Google was of no help.We're stumped, so we thought we'd crowdsource this since there are experts of all stripes on the internet.
Who has a sharp eye and can identify these "eggs"? Were they planted to spy on whooping cranes by scientists who couldn't find Louisiana?Are they snake eggs? Or maybe from a belated Easter Bunny run? Given that the beloved Bayville dinosaur was recently restored, could the iconic Brontosaurus have left them behind after a midnight stroll? (Check out the video above to see "Dino" just after it had been placed on its perch, but before restoration was completed.)
Or maybe the Berkeley couple should invest in a Ring electronic-security service, as this Waretown man did?What do you think? Let us know in the comments below.

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