Storms in Scotland have brought some unusual leftovers from World War II washing up on a beach.
Staff at the St Cyrus nature reserve in eastern Scotland say four large barrel-shaped pieces of lard have appeared on the shore.
The fat is believed to have survived the wreck of a merchant vessel that was bombed in the war.
Scottish Natural Heritage says it's still a brilliant white and smells "good enough to have a fry-up with".
The lard would have originally been stored in wooden barrels, which have long since rotted away.