Alien investigators have claimed that new tests show two ‘non-human’ bodies are ‘single skeletons’ rather than being assembled from various remains – with scans allegedly also showing eggs inside one corpse.
UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan unveiled the pair – which he has named Clara and Mauricio – to Mexico’s congress last week, describing their discovery as one of the most important in human history.
His associate, Dr Jose Zalce Benitez, has now claimed scans showed the specimens are each ‘a single skeleton’ and ‘complete organic being’, contrary to suggestions they were made up of ‘different parts as some assumed’.
His team have also said their latest studies indicate Clara ‘was alive, was intact, was biological and was in gestation,’ pointing to the presence of large lumps in her abdomen which they said could be eggs.
Most in the scientific community are not convinced by the findings however, with multiple UFO and forensics experts coming out to slam the claims as ‘unsubstantiated’ and a ‘hoax’.
A CT scan revealed what could be ‘eggs’ inside the body, according to a team behind claims that a pair of corpses could be extraterrestrial beings
Radiologist technician Guillermo Ramirez prepares to do a CT scan on a tiny body of a specimen, that UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan says is not related to any known Earthly species
Maussan’s team yesterday declared that their latest studies indicate that Clara ‘was alive, was intact, was biological and was in gestation’
The tiny body was put through a CT scan, at Noor Clinic, in Huixquilucan, Mexico yesterday
The scan was performed by technicians and scientists on the project at the Noor Clinic, in Huixquilucan, Mexico, on Monday. It was livestreamed on Maussan’s YouTube channel, Infobae.com reports.
The team behind the UFO claims previously showed apparent X-rays of the specimens to Mexico’s congress, saying that they showed one of the beings had carried ‘eggs’ with embryos inside them.
The pair of corpses have elongated heads with three fingers on each hand – but otherwise somewhat humanoid in shape, including two arms and two legs.
Their retractable necks and long skulls show characteristics more ‘typical of birds’, El País reported.
They were also found to have strong, light bones and no teeth, the presenters said.
They said they had implants of cadmium and osmium metals, with osmium one of the most scarce elements in the Earth’s crust and considered the rarest precious metal.
But most scientists have rebuked claims that the bodies are from another world, with a number saying they are more likely to be mummies made up of various earthly beings.
The corpses’ retractable necks and long skulls show characteristics more ‘typical of birds’
The pair of corpses have elongated heads with three fingers on each hand
Mexican journalist and UFO enthusiast Jaime Maussan, claims the tiny bodies that he presented to Mexico’s Congress earlier this week are not related to any known Earthly species
Forensic scientist Dr Jose Zalce Benitez challenged scientists to take samples of the alleged alien bodies and conduct their own studies
Julieta Fierro, a scientist at Mexico’s National Autonomous University’s (UNAM) Institute of Astronomy who reviewed the specimens, said samples were related to brain and skin tissues from mummies who died at different times.
Dr Benitez, who presented the findings alongside Maussan, earlier challenged scientists to take samples of the alleged alien bodies and conduct studies themselves before labelling it a hoax.
‘Based on the DNA tests, which were compared with more than one million species… they are not related to what is known or described up to this moment by science or by human knowledge,’ he told journalists.
But Fierro, looking at Maussan’s test results for Reuters, said her observations ‘do not show anything mysterious that could indicate life compounds that do not exist on Earth.’
Elsa Tomasto-Cagigao, a respected Peruvian bio-anthropologist, has also revealed her frustration at the claims, citing similar alleged finds that were found to be frauds.
‘What we said before still stands, they are presenting the same rehash as always and if there are people that keep believing that, what can we do?,’ she said.
‘It is so crass and so simple that there is nothing more to add.’
Suspicion has also arisen after a previous purported ‘discovery’ by Maussan and Dr Benitez was debunked.
In 2015, they claimed that a mummified body found near Nazca in Peru belonged to an alien.
Following tests, it was later to discovered to be the remains of a human child.
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