The odds of receiving part of a $350,000 government drone in the mail are pretty slim.
But Reddit user Seventy_Seven posted images of the contents of a UPS package Monday that contained wings and a control panel.
"Did I just get a drone in the mail?" Seventy_Seven wrote.
The wrongly delivered box came with a card stating it was the property of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's aircraft operations center in Tampa.
NOAA spokesman David Miller confirmed to Motherboard that parts of a NOAA Puma drone were not delivered to the intended location of Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary in Massachusetts.
UPS told NBC News it "reacquired" the drone parts Tuesday.
USA TODAY Network has requested comment from UPS and NOAA.
Scientists use the Puma drone to "spy on nature," according to NOAA's website.For example, the unmanned aircraft has been used in the Northwest to monitor the nesting and rearing of seabirds, according to NOAA.
The Reddit user wrote that the package was labeled with his name and address.
"Though an odd box, I genuinely thought it was parts for the (weightlifting) bench I ordered, since I wasn't expecting a freaking drone," Seventy_Seven wrote.