When A Guy Explored An Abandoned Zoo, He Spotted A Strange Shape Floating In A Murky Water Tank

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In a long-abandoned wildlife park in southern Australia, there’s an enormous tank filled with a murky green substance. This liquid is known as formaldehyde, and in large doses it’s said to be carcinogenic. But that’s not the reason why the tank has taken the internet by storm. Instead, it’s what’s lurking within the formaldehyde that’s proven so compelling.

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Once upon a time, the Wildlife Wonderland Giant Earthworm Museum in Melbourne, Australia, pulled in hundreds of thousands of visitors per year. In 2012, though, the animal park closed down forever. And while nearly all of the attraction’s inhabitants were ultimately recovered and rehoused, a single eerie relic was left behind. Then, six years later, a YouTuber discovered the last vestige of the park for himself. But what exactly did the adventurer unearth?

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