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Mysterious three-fingered skeleton found in Peru are NOT human, researchers claim sending alien conspiracy theorists into a frenzy

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A SET of “mummies” recently discovered in Peru – which have just three fingers and three toes – could be alien, it’s claimed. Professor Konstantin Korotkov, from the Russian National Research University, says the remains are humanoid but not human. Prof Korotkov has examined mummies found by colleagues in Peru, which date back as far […]

A SET of “mummies” recently discovered in Peru – which have just three fingers and three toes – could be alien, it’s claimed.

Professor Konstantin Korotkov, from the Russian National Research University, says the remains are humanoid but not human.

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A scientist has claimed three-fingered human-like corpses allegedly found in Peru are genuine
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Prof Korotkov has examined mummies found by colleagues in Peru, which date back as far as 6,500 years.

He told Sputnik News: “Each of the little mummies has two arms, two legs, a head, a pair of eyes and a mouth.

“Tomographic scans reveal their skeletons.

“The tissue has biological nature and their chemical composition indicates that they are humans.

“Their DNA features 23 pairs of chromosomes, just like we have.”

“All the four of them are males, each with a Y-chromosome.

“They appear human but they are not.”

Five 1,700-year-old mummies, which allegedly look more reptilian than human, have been causing a stir with conspiracy theorists
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Another skeletal specialist, Dr Edson Vivanco, has also concluded the remains are of “non-human beings”, Daily Express reported.

While the bizarre three-fingered and three-toed corpses have been branded fake by other scientists, Dr Vivanco said: “There are lots of details that indicate that the bodies are real.

“To recreate a skull with these characteristics is a very difficult task.”

The scientist insists if they were fake, he would be the “first to say and report it”.

He added: “Right now, we are studying the evidence. And so far, we haven’t found anything to say it is a fraud, or that the bodies have been modified or altered in any way.

X-rays of the so-called mummified remains were shown during a press conference to banish claims that they were fake
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“We have lots of evidence that sets us on the path to prove that this is real.”

Footage of the so-called mummified alien was released in June last year in the ancient city of Nazca, Peru.


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The video was posted by website Gaia.com which charges curious users money to view their exclusive paranormal content.

The site claims the extraterrestrial beast’s body was dug up during an excavation of the mysterious caves.

Dr Edson Vivanco claims the mummies of Nazca found in south American country are the real remains of ‘non-human beings’
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Apparent X-Ray image shows the mummified corpse had three-fingered hands
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This is a side view of the so called 'alien' who is said to have been mummified
A side view of the so called ‘alien’ who is said to have been mummified
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Scientists examine the head of the human like mummy
Scientists examine the head of the human like mummy
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An ex-ray of the 'mummified alien's' skull
An X-ray of the ‘mummified alien’s’ skull
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Sceptic viewers pointed out the “corpse” looks like it is a half-finished cardboard creation.

One viewer reported commented: “Something seems off. The corpse looks like it was made of plaster.”

Earlier this year, The Sun reported how the “discovery” prompted a number of experts and conspiracy theorists to offer their opinion.

In a short documentary on the bizarre find, Dr Konstantin Korotkov, a professor at Saint Petersburg University, claimed these features are not a deformity – it is “another creature, another humanoid”.


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