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It depends a bit on context, do you mean "I am curious about things scientific" or an example of an oddity that is explicable but not very well know (Shrimpoluminescence as linked below ) . There are plenty of ways of saying "that was a bit weird" including " that was a bit weird" and .....

Counterintuitive observation ....
Unexpected result
Bizarre occurrence
Departure from expectation
Freak of nature
Rare and uncommon event
Running counter to theoretical predictions etc

http://stilton.tnw.utwente.nl/shrimp...minescence.htm
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