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'1,000 year-old aliens' in Mexico just ‘cake’: Elon Musk

1,000 year-old aliens in Mexico just ‘cake’: Elon Musk

New York: Elon Musk has said the ‘aliens’ that the Mexican journalist presented are actually ‘cake’.

The billionaire reacted to the reports that has been raging on internet since journalist Jamie Maussan presented two tiny mummified bodies.

The UFO enthusiast claimed that the bodies with elongated heads and three fingers on each hand are 1,000 years old.

However, experts rejected his claims including that these bodies are not related to any known Earthly species.

Musk reacted to a spoof video appeared on X that showed one of the aliens getting sliced, which revealed what looked to be ‘a sponge cake underneath’.

Spoof video’s text read: ‘Breaking news: 'Alien' revealed as cake. Suspected Alien corpse turns out to be a Cake.’

To which Musk responded ‘It was cake all along,’ hinting at the claim of aliens by the journalist.

Journalist Jamie Maussan claimed that the Autonomous National University of Mexico (UNAM) studied the specimens, using radiocarbon dating.

Maussan said one of them is a female with eggs inside and named specimens as Clara and Mauricio.

American space agency NASA said the samples should be made available to the world's scientific community for testing.

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