Forty three unidentified eggs were found last week at a school in New South Wales in Australia.
At first the eggs were thought to belong to one of the most deadly snakes in the world, the Eastern Brown Snake.
Volunteer wildlife rescuers were called to the school after students found about 12 eggs in the sandpit.
The rescuers, Yvette Attleir and Rod Miller, ended up uncovering around 43 eggs from 7 nests in the sandpit.
Rod Miller told Australian news he believe the eggs were from an Eastern Brown Snake because some had been seen in the area.
Miller also said when he had "shone a light through the egg" and seen a "small striped baby snake".
But not everyone thinks he's right and some people on social media and other organisations were disagreeing.
Tim Faulkner, the manager of Australian Reptile Park, said "with a high degree of certainly the eggs look like a Water Dragon lizard eggs. "
Tim also said "Brown Snakes just don't have legs, and these eggs were buried — Brown Snakes more commonly use an existing rabbit warren or under timber."
No one will know for sure just exactly what species lies inside the mystery eggs until they have hatched!