It's Raining Fish
It actually rains fish at least once a year at Yoro, a farming town in Central America.
In the Republic of Honduras, scientists say that ‘fish rain’ occurs when strong whirlwinds develop waterspouts that suck up fish and other marine life from the water. Sort of like a big vacuum cleaner in the sky. The whirlwinds can carry the fish long distances through the air, only to bucket them down with the rain at a different location.
Wait! Does this mean the movie Sharknado could be real?
Ingredients: Seed pods, and a surprised farmer.