- Three-fingered mummies discovered in Peru are not humans, according to Russian researchers
- Professor Konstantin Korotkov, from the Russian National Research University, says the supposedly ancient remains are humanoid but not homo sapien
- They could be extraterrestrials or bio robots
Russian researches studying the three-fingered mummies discovered near Nazca, in southern Peru last year claims that the mummies are not human.
According to IB Times, a team of researchers from St. Petersburg, who collected the tissue samples in Peru and brought them back to Russia to study, have determined that the mummies — with elongated heads and three fingers on each hand — possess 23 chromosomes that are human but lack the human anatomy.
Professor Konstantin Korotkov, from the Russian National Research University, says the supposedly ancient remains are humanoid but not homo sapien.
“Right now we are making a detailed analysis to see if the shape of the position of all the chromosomes, of all the amino acids, coincides with ours,” said Professor Korotkov via 9 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,” he added. “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. Their anatomic structure is different. They could be extraterrestrials or bio robots,” the professor further explained.
The researchers from Russia are working hand in hand with their Peruvian counterparts to study this mystery of the ancient mummies.
Korotkov said he’s hoping the government of Peru will allow them to bring back the mummies to Russia in the future for them to study further and break their DNA code.
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