New information emerges about 'alien corpses' as they're put under lab tests
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New information has emerged about the so-called 'alien corpses' that were presented to Mexico's Congress after they were subjected to lab tests.
If it were up to me I'd probably have avoided subjecting the bodies of potentially other-world creatures to testing out of fear of angering their species, but I'm obviously not the one in charge here.
Maussan initially told the government the bodies had been found in Peru in 2017, and that they were estimated to be 1,000 years old.
Now, Dr Benitez has shared further information after scans were conducted on the bodies by technicians and scientists on the project at the Noor Clinic, in Huixquilucan, Mexico, on Monday (18 September).
After previously facing claims the bodies were made up of 'different parts', Benitez has said the scans revealed the specimens are each 'a single skeleton' and a 'complete organic being'.
The latest studies from the research team have also indicated one of the bodies, which the scientists have dubbed 'Clara', was 'alive, was intact, was biological and was in gestation' at the time of death.
The scientists claim that the specimen was 'in gestation' is based on large lumps in the abdomen of the body, which they've claimed could be eggs.
The latest details about the 'aliens' comes after a number of UFO and forensics experts accused the 'aliens' as being a 'hoax'.
Physicist and presenter professor Brian Cox was among those who shared their disbelief over the bodies, writing on X: "They are way too humanoid. It's very unlikely that an intelligent species that evolved on another planet would look like us.
"Secondly - send a sample off to 23andme - let alone the university down the road - and they'll tell you within 10 minutes."
When the bodies were presented to Congress, Maussan testified under oath that almost a third of the aliens' DNA was 'unknown'.
"These specimens are not part of our evolutionary history on Earth," he said. "They are not beings recovered from a UFO crash.
"Instead, they were found in diatom (algae) mines and subsequently became fossilised."
Benitez has described the bodies as having big brains and big eyes which 'allowed for a wide stereoscopic vision'.
He's also claimed the specimens lacked teeth, indicating they only drank rather than chewing food.
After the bodies were presented last week, Mexican politicians said the information had left them with 'concerns' and with a view to 'continue talking about this'.