Researchers, who exhibited the remains of creatures they claim to be ‘extraterrestrial’ at the Mexican Congress, now claim that one of the aliens they found was pregnant when she died.
UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan described the remains as ‘one of the most important discoveries in human history’ after exhibiting two dead bodies, which he named ‘Clara’ and ‘Mauricio’, at the Mexican Congress last week.
Although the scientific world was not convinced by the findings and described the discovery as ‘unfounded’ and ‘hoax’, Maussan and his team insist that the findings are not a body consisting of different parts, but a ‘complete organic entity’.
THEY BROADCAST THE SCAN LIVE: THE ALIEN WAS PREGNANT WHEN IT DIED
Maussan and his team, who broadcast live the scans made by the technicians and scientists working on the project at the Noor Clinic in Huixquilucan, Mexico, on their YouTube channel, again made controversial statements.
The team showed the x-rays of the remains at the congress and said that they found an “egg” inside one of the dead bodies. After the scans they made, they claimed that the creature, which they claimed was an “extraterrestrial”, was pregnant when it died.
“THEY OFFER THE SAME THINGS AS EVER”
Forensic medicine expert Dr. presented the findings together with Maussan at the congress. Jose Zalce Benitez challenged the scientists who did not believe them and said, “Based on DNA tests compared to more than a million species, we say that these are not entities described so far. Those who do not believe can do their own research.”
Peruvian bio-anthropologist Elsa Tomasto-Cagigao expressed her disappointment in the allegations and described the findings as ‘fraud’ and said, “They present the same things as always, and if there are people who continue to believe this, what can we do?” said.
SKULLS SHOW CHARACTERISTICS UNIQUE TO BIRDS
The long-headed bodies, with three fingers on each hand, have a humanoid shape, including two arms and two legs, and their necks and skulls show more ‘avian’ features, according to the researchers.
The presenters also note that the corpses had strong, light bones and no teeth.