5 Bizarre Skulls That Modern Science Couldn’t Explain

In 1928, while researching the Peruvian desert, young archaeologist Julio Tello made the most perplexing discovery of his life when he discovered over 300 mystery skulls dating back 3,000 years.

The skulls are all 25% larger than any known human skull and 60% heavier, and as you can see, they’re also plainly elongated.

It’s also worth noting that these skulls have altered DNA that possesses both human and alien characteristics. This is why most experts refer to these as alien-human hybrids.

The Rhodope skull is particularly odd since it lacks a mouth and, despite its size, weighs only 250g in total. The creature is claimed to have had six eyes, and this discovery, according to Dimiter Kovachev, does not like any other skull ever recovered, to say the least.

The Sealand’s Skull is rather contentious, to say the least, because, despite being investigated by a top team from a Danish College of Veterinary Medicine, they couldn’t figure out who the skull belonged to in the first place.

This prehistoric bison skull may appear boring at first glance, but if you look closely, you’ll notice the impact hole of what appears to be a projectile thrown at extraordinarily high speed at it.

That’s right, you’re looking for a gunshot hole in the skull of a 30,000-year-old bison.

These ET skulls were unearthed in Russia, and as you can see, they are far from normal. The original discoverer remarked that this two-year-old discovery could never be ascribed to anything we’ve ever seen on our planet.

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