Scientists find slime on nature reserve after meteor shower
20 February 2013 Last updated at 15:57 GMT
Scientists say they are baffled by a jelly-like slime that has been found at a nature reserve in Somerset.
It was found on grassy banks away from the water's edge at the RSPB's Ham Wall base.
Tony Whitehead from the organisation told BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast that the likeliest explanation was that it was unfertilized frog spawn.