There are unbelievable things found on Earth that we simply can’t explain. Some people have claimed that some of these things come from aliens. Others believe them to be an elaborate hoax. But no matter how you look at them, they remain as some of the most mysterious discoveries made on our planet. Check out these 25 unbelievable things found on Earth we can’t explain.
We discover new things on our planet all the time. These discoveries help shed light on the people that lived thousands of years ago. However, some of these discoveries are so bizarre and seem so out of place within their time, that some scientists are completely baffled as to their origin. Take a look at these unbelievable things found on Earth (and our photo credits and sources) and let us know in the comments below what you think are the answers to some of the mysteries surrounding these objects:
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Have you heard of the Ruins of Atlit Yam? Discovered in 1984, these ruins are completely submerged underwater. How they ended up underwater is a complete mystery. Then there are the Ubaid Lizardmen. These are statues of lizard people that have mysterious origins. Probably one of the most bizarre discoveries is the Atacama Skeleton, a human skeleton only measuring 6 inches! How is that even possible? Scientists still don’t know. Check out these and the rest of these 25 unbelievable things found on Earth we can’t explain.
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