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BIZARRE DISCOVERIES In The Jungle That Scientists Couldn't Explain
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Humans like to think they are smart and have all the answers. Yet, the world is a pretty big place and there’s a lot of it we still have to explore. Today’s research trip sees us heading into the massive Amazon rainforest. It’s home to countless species of plants and animals, as well as an area filled with relics from ancient civilizations. All of this has combined to hand us a string of discoveries that seemingly leave more questions than answers.
We’ll start things off with Mother Nature and a strange species of spider that builds even stranger decoys in its web. Scientists are still trying to iron out what the original Stonehenge was used for. As you can imagine, when similar designs were discovered in the Amazon it really got people talking. A strange book and a lost city are the things of legends. Yet, deep in the forest in Ecuador an ancient city has really got all the Indiana Jones’ out there talking. A river that boils and isn’t near any known volcano? Locals may think it is witchcraft but surely there’s a logical explanation for this Peruvian feature. El Dorado was a legendary city believed to be a myth. Yet, strange satellite imagery shows the existence of a massive civilization which goes against everything we thought we knew. Just like North America, the Amazon has its own Sasquatch-like creature which has been spotted many times but never explained in any way. At the mouth of the Amazon, researchers found a massive coral reef – a strange find in this area of the world. Searching through the forest, some explorers discovered tiny little structures on the trees and plants that looked like white picket fences. What are they and who built them? Naturally, we need to address the alien sightings, whether you believe they exist or not. Finally, we’ll end on a strange sight involving a relationship between a mysterious tree fungus, caterpillars and ants. It’s a bizarre love triangle – Amazon style.
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yikes. always expect a shameless plug at the beginning but then to missrepresent most, if not all of the sites this video discusses with pictures of other known sites, some of which not even on the same continent... disapointing. two thumbs down. & if my feet hand thumbs I'd point em down too.
Stop asking for subsribers at the star of the video.....get your viewers to be interested about your information then at the end ask you will have more success....I have not subscribed due to this its the worst pet pev of mine
The amazon geoglyphs referred to has stones henge are at the centre of debate that the amazon is a man made forrest which grew due to what is known as black soil Ash from fires, human waste and food waste acts as a super manure
Why do ppl think scientists are so smart when all they do is hypothesize and come up with theories plus the shit they do call proof is common sense that most of us know already or thought that’s how it has to be I’m a scientist your a scientist we’re all scientist
As for the mystery of the remnants of ancient advanced societies. There is a book that has been around since 1830 that gives a religious history of some of the people's who inhabited the America's, both in the northern and southern hemispheres that will answer, or at least give great insight to who built these amazing structures.
I just looked up the decoy spider and there is no images but not one single image shows an actual spider in it so there's no proof of this actual spider that I'm pretty sure that two dudes that are kneeling down by it made the spider web or spider webs.
Hey I went to the Bermuda triangle I saw something weird something round over my boat after a while a heard a sonic boom
I should've Recorded it 😧😧 my boat was shaking for 10 minutes then it stoped werid that's the truth some people have to believe me
that couple said they found those coins on their property!! are you saying they found them elsewhere? i suspect the husband found them since he is a contractor he probably found them in an old building or dug them up excavating.............
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