An archeological dig on a small island in the English Channel uncovered a rather perplexing piece of the past buried in a 14th-century grave: the body of a porpoise.
The creature's bones were discovered after researchers stumbled upon a well-crafted burial plot on the island of Chapelle Dom Hue, which was once a retreat for monks.
Assuming that the grave contained a human being, due to the nature of its construction, archeologists excavated the site and were stunned to find the remains of the marine animal which was apparently buried during medieval times.
The discovery has left experts scratching their heads as to why exactly the creature would have received such a strange send off.
Find out some of the theories put forward by experts at the Coast to Coast AM website.