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10 Bizarre Discoveries in Canada

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There have been some strange things found in Canada like finding the oldest water on earth & discoveries that could change history!\r
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5. Freak from Sea\r
This long nose creepy looking thing was found off the coast of the extreme North province of Nunavut by a fisherman. Many at first thought it was a rare species of shark known as the Goblin Shark but they found out this was something completely different and even more bizarre! This deep sea fish has an extremely long nose that even Adrien Brody would be jealous of! This is probably something the fisherman wont want to eat either. It has a venomous spine atop of its back. Just looking too closely at the teeth is enough to give you nightmares. Scientists were finally able to identify it correctly and its known as the chimaera (kie-mera). This was found along the Davis Strait thats in between Canada and Greenland where its extremely cold, which makes this species difficult to research extensively. More of these could be out there. \r
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4. Fish Clog\r
In March 2016, firefighters in Nova Scotia made a bizarre discovery after being called to extinguish a grass fire when they felt like something fishy was going on. When they went to use the fire hydrant they found multiple fish stuck inside like you see in this photo. They were extremely baffled beyond belief on how they could have possibly gotten there. There were so many fish, they ually blocked the pipes. Some were even still alive! A firefighters job may be unpredictable but thats certainly something you dont expect to see everyday. “It was a first for all of us,” the fire fighter stated.Occasionally they do notice salamanders getting in there but nothing like this! \r
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3. Drakes Coin\r
After the Vikings settlement didnt last which European country came to the West Coast first? The English? Spanish? French? The Spaniards were known for settling in California but now it seems like the English were here before Juan Perez who chartered the area . Did Sir Francis Drake discover Western Canada? Here you see the coin was discovered by an amateur treasure seeker in this photo. Its whats known as a Edward the Sixth Schilling and was believed to have been made between 1551 and 1553. This discovery adds support to claims that the English were indeed here before the Spanish. It is known that Drake did visit California but many didnt believe the claims that he went even further north. Official records that most people come across in that the Spanish were the first and made it there in 1774. So was this just a lucky find \r
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2. 125 Year Old Beer\r
If you came across a 125 year old beer, would you be willing to give it a try? Canada is known for their quality beer with companies like Molson and Labatt Blue but this man in Halifax came across this extremely old brew! Scientists determined that it was safe to drink. This was recovered by an amateur scuba diver named Jon Crouse in November new under about 3 meters of silt in the Nova Scotia Harbor. At first he thought it would be impossible but it was preserved with a cork. It turned out to be a British pale ale that was made in London, which was a type of beer drank, during long journeys. You might be curious how it tasted. Normally Whiskey or wine thats aged ends up tasting better. Well thats not the case with beer! As soon as the cork was lifted, he immediately smelt rotten eggs. Not willing to miss the chance to taste the once in a lifetime beer, it sadly disappointed him, and tasted the way it smelt! Worth a try though!\r
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1. Earths Oldest Water\r
Earths oldest body of water was found in Canada and its believed to be over 2.7 Billion years old. Due to isotope testing scientists can found bubbling water in mines and is deep beneath the crust of the Earth. This contains water in the worlds oldest swamps, rivers and lakes and maybe had some dinosaurs drink from it, who knows! The water seems to be chemically re with large amounts of hydrogen. This gives us insight on where else water like this might be, maybe on other planets? Who knows?

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