A Peru-based archeological organization has unveiled what they claim to be the mummified remains of a number of humanoid, non-human creatures, found in ancient tunnels in Cusco, Peru, in January of 2016. The remains appear to be of numerous individuals of different sizes, including a diminutive humanoid with a disproportionately large head, a skull from a larger individual, and a three-fingered claw that belonged to an individual that is estimated to have been nine feet tall.
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The conehead skulls of Peru have been dismissed as the result of ‘binding,’ but these are not bound skulls. In fact, they aren’t even human skulls. They do not have the right bone structure to be human and they have far larger brain cases. In fact, the native practice of skull binding may have represented an effort to make themselves appear more like these creatures.

Were they a species of ape, a now-extinct human species, or aliens?
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While the northern hemisphere bakes, burns and floods, climate extremes of a different sort are striking far to the south. It’s deep winter in Peru now, and the southern part of the country has just experienced a record snowfall that has brought activity to a halt, killed tens of thousands of cattle and at least four people. This type of climate extreme is becoming more common, especially as reduced solar output causes cooling while increasing greenhouse gases cause more heat to build up in areas where the sun is strongest.
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