Here are some of the weirdest things to wash up on beaches.
87 WWII bombs
Residents of Calshot, Hampshire awoke to a scare in 2011 after 87 World War II bombs washed ashore.
According to the BBC, "a combination of extremely low tides and high atmospheric pressure" caused the mortars to become exposed.
The Royal Navy spent days carrying out controlled explosions to get rid of the devices.
A shipping container worth of floating bath toys
In 1992, a container ship containing 28,800 Friendly Floatees, including yellow rubber ducks, was hit by a massive wave unleashing the bath toys into the ocean.
The first batch of floatees was discovered ten months after the incident off the coast of Alaska. Since then, the rubber bath toys have been found all around the world including Hong Kong, New England, and the UK.