Jellyfish UFO Captured On TV Camera
In Lima, Peru, a professional TV cameraman captured footage of a strange, shape-shifting jellyfish UFO. Christian Ubillus, the man responsible for filming, works for Peru’s Frecuencia Latina Channel 2, and was on assignment when the floating object hovered overhead…
Those skeptical of the sighting suggest that it might have been a pack of entangled balloons. But that doesn’t explain how Ubillus was able to film the entity for more than 10 minutes without it floating away or simply deflating. In instances, it floated away only to come back again into view.
Some of the shapes the “flying jellyfish” morphs into seem too complex to just be a congregation of balloons. Plus, this isn’t the first of this new kind of alien presence spotted in South America.
Below the equator, these strange animal-like UFOs have been given the name of UABEs (Unidentified Aerial Biological Entities) and have been seen by multiple witnesses. Unlike traditional flying objects, the UABEs seem to be entirely organic and are perhaps unmanned.
Peruvian ufologists have never seen a UFO of this specific shape before but the novelty isn’t exactly unexpected. After all, Peru ranks third in the world when it comes to sightings. It currently only trails Mexico and the U.S. as the prime location for extraterrestrial activity and therefore experiences all kinds of phenomena.
The UABEs don’t seem to only travel across the Peruvian skies, as another fish-like alien was spotted floating past a space station in March. Is the Earth’s atmosphere slowly becoming a new interstellar ocean?
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