Dinosaur Eggs

About an hour north of Dunedin is a lovely little spot on the coast called Moeraki. It’s not the beach that draws the tourists though, it’s the rocks, otherwise known as the Moeraki Boulders. They are a weird assortment of spherical rocks sitting on the beach. No-where else in New Zealand has formations like these. Geologists have a somewhat boring explanation for their existence, so Daniel and I decided upon a more exciting theory: they’re dinosaur eggs. Behold the Moeraki eggs: