This fresh find was discovered by a UFO seeker named Li Jianmin, who purportedly came across an alien skull of some kind.
The 55-year-old alien hunter revealed his astounding discovery during a conference in the Chinese capital of Beijing, stating that the 16cm skull was discovered to be brown with two separate layers.
To say the least, this distinguishes it from any other skull we’ve discovered thus far.
It was purportedly purchased from a street vendor in the Inner Mongolia region by some sort of private collector who later became interested in Li’s Sci-Fi novels and chose to contact him about his new acquisition.
The two ultimately met, and the collector ended up lending Li the skull for four months while he inspected it from head to toe. That is how he was able to write 103 pages about it and produce enough evidence to back up his allegations.
He supposedly employed Raman spectroscopy and atomic force microscopy to detect objects 1000 times smaller than regular microscopes and then compared the skull to other skulls unearthed across the world.
He, unfortunately, does not have the funds to pay for DNA analysis, which would cost him more than £11,200.