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Monday, November 16, 2015

Photograph Shared Online as Proof of Alien Visitors is a Deer Foetus

 
Any newcomer to the topic as well as that enters search phrases straight into YouTube or even Google, for example, "UFO sightings", "Triangular object" as well as "Unexplained Videos" will likely be amazed at the big number of outcomes supplied. Fascination with the actual phenomena of unidentified flying objects is attaining an optimum as more and more sightings are made. While there are witnesses claimed to have seen the strange objects, there are still several video tutorials you will observe online that are associated with an uninterested laptop or computer whizz-kids employing CGI.

The terrible photograph has been broadly shared online as proof of extraterrestrial guests, but none of it appears as claimed. Several Facebook posts have tied the image — they say that it is an alien that dropped on the ground to events over California skies during the weekend. However, the picture does not show an alien, and it was not even taken in San Jose as claimed. As an alternative, the picture depicts a fetus, but not an alien fetus, but a dropped fetus by a deer. The image shows that predators partially consumed it. If you see it clearly, the fetus is partly destroyed its appearance, leading to some scary speculations. Despite the Earthly explanation, the picture is widely-shared online using popular social media platforms, such as the Facebook.

According to the fact-checking website, the image is being shared by some people in an email. The images were posted right after witnesses spotted an odd light object streaking across the sky in California over the weekend. This is why many people relate the so-called humanoid creature to such sighting. While people are arguing that its strange movements be an indication of a UFO, but the US Navy claimed later on that it was a Trident missile spotted during a test.

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