1. Eye for an Eye

    Huge Eyeball Likely Giant Squid’s

    This Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 photo made available by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission shows a giant eyeball from a mysterious sea creature that washed ashore and was found by a man walking the beach in Pompano Beach, Fla. on Wednesday. No one knows what species the huge blue eyeball came from. The eyeball will be sent to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute in St. Petersburg, FL. (AP Photo/Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Carli Segelson)

    Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission / AP Photo

    Some sea monster out there has been having a rough week. A mysterious disembodied eyeball found on a South Florida beach this week probably belonged to a giant squid or a swordfish, marine biologists believe. The eyes of a giant squid can grow to be as big as soccer balls and are easily dislodged. But don't feel bad for the creature it once belonged to—squid can regenerate body parts, including eyes, quite easily. 

    Read it at Discovery News