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WATCH BREAKING: Mexican Government Presented Alleged Dead, Mummified Alien Bodies

Several scientists have presented what they claim are mummified extraterrestrial bodies to the Mexican government.

They claim to have found the bodies in a collapsed mine and have conducted a series of tests on the bodies. They are also opening their discovery up to additional testing from the Mexican government.

According to the scientists, the bodies are potentially over 1,000 years old and were preserved extremely well due to the high concentration of diatomite—an anti-fungal, anti-bacterial agent, found in the mine.

Whether or not these are truly extraterrestrial remains to be seen—this could just be a hoax, but we will continue to provide updates as this story develops.

Below is a video of their analysis with English subtitles. Let us know what you think these are in the comments below:

Scientists took x-rays and photographs of the alleged alien creature and believe that at least one of the specimens had what appeared to be eggs close to its pelvis.

The Independent reports:

Mr Maussan told attendees the specimens had been studied by scientists at the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) who were able to draw DNA evidence using radiocarbon dating.

After comparisons were made to other DNA samples, it was found that over 30% of the specimens’ DNA was “unknown”, he said.

Longtime journalist Jaime Maussan addressed Mexico’s Congress in this video, unfortunately, the entirety of the video is in Spanish.

ABC 7, the Los Angeles-based affiliate station of ABC, added:

The alleged alien corpses were discovered in Peru in 2017 and are believed to be 700 to 1,800 years old. They only had three fingers and elongated heads.


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