Green ‘space’ slime baffles nature experts: linked to meteors?
Alien substance or biological mystery? An unexplained jelly-like substance, which is said to occur during meteor showers has been found on a wildlife park in Somerset.
March 5, 2013 – UNITED KINGDOM – A “weird” green slime said in folklore to appear at the same time as meteors hit Earth has been found in a birdlife park in Somerset. The RSPB has appealed for help in identifying the slime, which is said to be scattered on grass banks close to pools and lakes around Ham Wall Nature Reserve near Glastonbury. The jelly-like substance could be bacteria, fungus or toad innards, wildlife experts said. Some believe it could be a substance that has been written about for centuries called star or astral jelly, which is said to appear in the wake of meteor showers. Its appearance has coincided with a meteor strike in Russia and the harmless fly-by of an…
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