BRAZIL – Aliens from Planet Zeeba were spotted walking in the Amazon jungle.
There were numerous reports of aliens spotted in the jungles of Brazil. Several of the aliens were caught on camera by two British tourists visiting the Mamaus region of the Amazon.
Standing just a few feet from a mesmerizing flashing light, were several children of the Amazon.
As biologically diverse as the Amazon is, scientists could not identify the creature and it did not appear to be a natural inhabitant of the Brazilian jungle or, Earth.
Brazilian authorities contacted Dr. John Malley from the U.N. Panel on Extraterrestrials. Dr. Malley flew down to Brazil and examined the photographs and interviewed a number of the eyewitnesses.
“Over the last two years we’ve had countless reports of aliens in the Amazon. We have examined the photographs and looked at footprints and other evidence. We have concluded that these aliens are from Planet Zeeba and they are peaceful,” Dr. Malley. “They are part of the ongoing alien invasion that has been occurring since October 2010. The Zeebans have come to the planet to try to help earth, and earthlings, heal the planet.”
Dr. Malley was quick to point out that the Zeebans are not like the aliens from Planet Gootan who are currently in three large spaceships headed for earth. “The Gootans are much more hostile, but the aliens spotted in Brazil are the Zeebans. They mean no harm to humans.”
That didn’t stop a number of hunters from firing machine guns, flamethrowers and rocket launchers at the aliens. “Humans are going to have to learn to live with aliens. If we continue to act aggressively toward them, we are doomed as a species.”
The area of the Amazon where the Zeebans were spotted has been the target of a high-level Brazilian government investigation known as Operation Prato, where the army was sent in to monitor and confirm an alien presence in the region.
They have confirmed that there are over one thousand aliens (at least) in the Amazon.
Dr. Malley told WWN that Americans better get used to pictures like this, “they are headed for the U.S.”
WWN will keep following the Zeebans.