Cookie Monster, is that you?
A unique rock that looks like the beloved Muppet could be worth upward of $10,000!
The rock, known as a blue agate, is going viral because it bears an uncanny resemblance to the “Sesame Street” character when split in half.
Lucas Fassari found the rock in November in Rio Grande do Sul in the Brazil region.
The current owner of the rock is Mike Bowers, an American geologist, who shared his findings on his Facebook page.
"I think this is probably the most perfect Cookie Monster out there," he revealed in an interview with the Daily Mail.
"I have seen others, but here you have it complete (both sides),” he added.
Prior to splitting the rock in half, it looked just like a regular gray egg.
Once broken, the volcanic rock reveals blue quartz crystals that form into the face of the iconic children’s cookie-loving character.
The likeness wasn’t lost on Bowers, who added Cookie Monster’s song about the letter C to the video reveal.
Bowers is very aware that he has stumbled upon a gem.
"This is very unusual. There are a few famous agates out there: the owl, the scared face... there are many approximate ones but rare to find clear well defined like that," he explained, adding,
"Prices can be very high. I was proposed over $10,000 by five different buyers."
It’s unclear if he plans to sell the rock or keep it for himself.
Per Britannia.com, agate is a type of quartz that can be found across the globe in area with ancient lava which has settled into a cavity.