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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Mexican Creature... Fiasco

Some of you may be wondering why I haven't posted the new pre-acid bath photo of the creature captured in Mexico and I will try to explain to you why as best as I can.
When the new photo came out on Joshua Warren's site, I didn't want to jump on it immediately and have it posted on here for everyone to see because I had a feeling that there would be a problem if I did, and I was RIGHT. I did see the photo on the LEMUR site, thanks to some heads up I got in the comments section of the original post from fantastic readers. So I'm sure a lot of you have seen the picture too.
If you go to Warren's site, you will notice that the picture is no longer up. But he has left an explanation:

UPDATE: The photo, and a complete report, was posted in early May. Permission was granted by Jamie Maussan. However, since then, I have been contacted by a party, claiming copyright ownership, that asked for the image to be removed. Shortly afterward, Maussan contacted me and asked me to remove both the report and the image since the scientists involved did not want the attention to influence the perception of their results.

These new developments do not help support the case for a find. I hope those involved will reconsider. However, my primary goal is to see the results of scientific analysis. If my posting threatened that analysis, then I have now done my part to temporarily remove it. As I await the revelation of more data, I can tell you this for now:

The new data will be here soon. And if it does not become available soon, then we will have to draw ultimate conclusions from the LACK of data.

Go here to read more about the happenings of this case: http://shadowboxent.brinkster.net/LEMUR/MexicoCreatureReport.html

I think this (asking Warren to pull down the photo) further proves that Jaime Maussan is a fraud out for financial gain and nothing more. He's just playing games with us as usual and sending serious researchers and inquirers on a wild goose chase. He's taking advantage of Warren who I think is genuinely interested and maybe too trusting of this Maussan character. If Warren dropped this, if we all dropped this, and ignored Maussan I think Maussan would drop it too, proving that without the attention of the willing public he is bored. He doesn't really care about researching and discovery. What harm is there in posting a picture of the creature? This is pure lunacy! And I'm sick of it to be quite honest of you. I guess this is this year's version of the Georgia bigfoot hoax. I will really be shocked if this is legit. But really, who believes that this is?

Micah A. Hanks over at The Gralien Report gives further details about this creature:

So many questions remain (regarding the story available at Warren’s website), but I have been told the following regarding laboratory tests being performed on the creature’s remains at present:

* The creature appears to bear traits that are primarily mamallian, but also displays elements which are amphibian in nature.

* The creature’s teeth did not have roots, like most mammals. Instead, the teeth were “shark-like” in that, lacking roots, they were all but able to be pulled out.

* The odd eyes and thin, gray skin of the animal were reminiscent of creatures known to live underground. This, paired with the length of time described in the account of drowning of the creature given by the Mexican ranchers who found it, may again suggest a creature that was not only subterranean, but perhaps amphibious, also.

In addition to these elements, other bizarre features (like a strikingly human ankle and foot) exist on the specimen. If the creature were to be a “real” find, would it be appropriate to make the allusion to Homo Hadalis, that is, the creatures living underground in Jeff Long’s novel The Descent, by giving them the same name? {source}


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