Scientists baffled by “Alien Baby”
In 2007, Marao Lopez discovered a strange creature on his farm in Mexico. Frightened by the otherworldly appearance of the small beast, he decided to drown it. He claims that he held it under water for hours before it finally died.
The mysterious creature was handed over to scientists at the end of last year, and they’ve been analyzing it ever since.
Their results are astonishing! It seems that through DNA tests and scans of the carcass, the conclusion is that this bizarre looking life form cannot be linked to any known animal on earth.
According to the http://bportlibrary.org/: Tests revealed a creature that is unknown to scientists – its skeleton has characteristics of a lizard, its teeth do not have any roots like humans and it can stay underwater for a long time. But it also has some similar joints to humans. Its brain was huge, particularly the rear section, leading scientists to the conclusion that the odd creature was very intelligent. But it has seemingly left experts stumped.
Now, the recent news about this “alien baby” isn’t the first I’d heard of it. There was an episode of MonsterQuest (Terror from the Sky) on the History Channel that featured scientists analyzing the carcass. Their conclusion was that it was not any known creature, and that it remains a mystery. They originally wondered if it might be a small monkey who’d had his skin removed. Some even wonder if rather than an extraterrestrial, the creature could be the infamous Chupacabra…
In a spooky turn of events, UFO expert Joshua P. Warren is reporting that Mr. Lopez was killed in a freak accident; having been burned to death in a parked car on the side of the road. Related to the strange discovery? We’ll likely never know.
And the story gets stranger. Also according to the Daily Telegraph: Mexican UFO expert Jaime Maussan (56) was the first to break the story. He claimed it was not a hoax. Farmers also told him that there was a second creature but it ran away when they approached.
Take a look at the following footage.