Brace yourselves: Easter is coming. That means elaborate egg hunts, Cadbury creme eggs, and bunnies everywhere. Across several different cultures, the practice of decorating eggs has taken several meanings, from the start of new life, to the blood of Christ, to the memory of a loved one, by placing decorated eggs on their graves. Decorative ostrich eggs have been found on the graves of the Sumerians and the Egyptians, and a little while later, eggs were stained red to symbolize the cruxifiction of Jesus. Nowadays, they've taken on a slightly less grave purpose, and are instead used to teach small children about the importance of sibling rivalries and winning. Below, a few egg-cellent samples of eggs worth finding.