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Mysterious Alaska Slime Indentified

This isn't the first case of a mysterious goo that we've heard of. This time, the results are as big a mystery as the slime itself. In the Inuit village of Kivalina in Alaska, a strange orange goo was floating on the water.

The next day it rained, and residents found the orange goo floating on top of the rain buckets they use to collect drinking water. It was also found on one of the roofs, meaning it was airborne.

When it finally began washing ashore, samples were collected and sent to a lab in Anchorage for analysis. The analysis revealed the slime was made out of EGGS! But nobody know where they came from.

Since they must have come from the air, one would assume they were dropped by flying birds, but no one ever heard of birds laying eggs as they fly, instead of inside nests, so the mystery only deepens. In Yahoo News, Rachel D'Oro quotes NOAA's Julie Speegle as saying, "We'll probably find some clues, but we'll likely never have a definitive answer on that."

She quotes Kivalina City Councilwoman Frances Douglas as saying, "With climate change, anything can happen, I guess."

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Indentified? What the heck is that? I looked it up in the dictionary and can't find it.

Is it your opinion that it was Identified or unidentified? Or are you just being funny and making up a word?

Tamar, quit being anal retentive over a typo. Too bad this isn't Yahoo, where you could give a thumbs down like the rest of the trolls.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-14531214

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