I found a couple of these on the beach near my house in San Clemente. I didnt think much of it. Then I was walking on Pajonal Beach with my friend Keith. We found scores of them. I have no idea what they are. Are they eggs? Are they plant pods? Are they aliens? Are they …???
They are not perfectly egg shaped. Shapes differed slightly, but all were similar.
These have a harder shell than most eggs.
There is a thin membrane on the inside of the egg.
I found these all along the beach, they had clearly been in the tides.
I only found them on the beach, not on land near the beach.
They were lightweight, but had a small heft to them, making me think they are not eggs.
There is a 1/4″ diameter hole in almost all of them.
Something had to either go in through the hole, or come out through the hole.
There is a “nub” or “plant disconnect” point. Small round hard parts that are about 1/4″ diameter.
Possible ideas of what these could be:
Pods from a plant.
One egg/pod that contains many animals or insects inside.
Unknown sea plant.
Please help me out here, because I am working on Figuring it out…!