Scans on two ‘alien’ bodies in Mexico suggest that they haven't been assembled or manipulated
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With interest in extraterrestrials at an all-time high, it’s unsurprising that tests have already been carried out on the recently discovered ‘alien bodies’ in Mexico.
In fact, one alien enthusiast has claimed that results show the bodies are formed of ‘single skeletons’ and even have eggs inside.
Whilst we might want to believe, many scientists are still dubious about the alleged alien life forms.
For those wanting to have a close encounter, the tests were live-streamed on YouTube by alien enthusiast Jaime Maussan – who originally unveiled the bodies.
Naming them Clara and Mauricio, the two skeletons were examined by scientists at the Noor Clinic in Mexico as people tuned in from around the globe.
Leading the research was Dr Jose Zalce Benitez, who alleged that the skeletons seem to be ‘a single skeleton' and 'complete organic being’.
The researcher also hit back at the suggestion that the bodies had been assembled from multiple parts as part of an elaborate hoax.
If that weren’t enough to make you get your tin foil hat out, he later claimed that Clara 'was alive, was intact, was biological and was in gestation' and even pointed to unusual lumps in her stomach.
Unsurprisingly though, many have questioned his research – which has yet to be verified.
However, it’s not the only controversy surrounding the little green man (and woman).
In fact, a criminal probe was launched after the ‘alien bodies’ were unveiled on September 12.
During his appearance at Mexico’s public congressional, Maussan alleged that the skeletons had been discovered in Peru and were estimated to be between 700 and 1,800 years old.
The unidentified bodies also only had three fingers on each hand, elongated heads, lightweight bones and no teeth.
The bodies exhibited a somewhat humanoid shape with a retractable neck and distinctive facial features.
He also testified under oath that the bodies are not part of 'our terrestrial evolution'.
Following this, Peruvian officials have questioned how the bodies left the country and how they came into Maussan's possession.
Speaking about the supposed extra-terrestrial objects, Culture Minister Leslie Urteaga announced that a criminal complaint has been filed and referred to them as ‘pre-Hispanic’ objects.
Maussan later responded: "I'm not worried. I have done absolutely nothing illegal.
He could not, however, answer the question as to how the 'bodies' arrived in Mexico to begin with but said he would reveal all at ‘the appropriate time.'
We guess the jury is still out on the out-of-this-world visitors.