Quote:What do we know so far? According to a team of experts, the creature is 168cm tall with human-like features. The three extremely long fingers on each hand, the elongated cranium, as well as the lack of a nose and ears, set the being apart from ordinary humans.Read more: https://www.ancient-code.com/ancient-mum...s-experts/
What on Earth is this creature?
If there is one thing that mainstream researchers must admit, then it’s the fact that we have absolutely no idea about the exact origin of the human race, our complete history, and the fact that humanities past is shrouded in mystery.
Proof of this was partially obtained in January of 2017 when a 3-fingered mummified hand was discovered in an abandoned Peruvian tunnel. Some believed that the ‘science fiction movie hand’ was a hoax, but researchers reported that it is biological and composed of skin and bone. X-Ray analysis showed that the mummified hand had six bones in each finger and according to initial estimates, the being to who the hand belonged to was around three meters tall. Curiously, the mummified remains were determined to be of an unknown origin, and do not belong to any three-fingered creatures discovered on Earth.
Definitely mind blowing, but at this point, it certainly can't be ruled out as a hoax either.
I present this as food for thought,discussion and nothing more.
Until such time as DNA test results provide some form of concrete evidence or, at the very least, examine the possibilities of what it is not; nothing can be ruled out, or, by the same token, proven to be factual.
While the speculation factor here is big, this could easily be something in the realm of an ultra rare birth defect, a magnificently orchestrated hoax or some type of unknown humanoid originating right here on earth.
Origins on earth are anything but far fetched, as the Denisovans and the so called 'Hobbits' (Homo floresiensis) were totally unknown until identified as separate species just a few short years ago.
Please, no wagering, or jumping to conclusions, but this is worth keeping an eye on, and I encourage anyone with anything to add to come forward.