The Ata Humanoid skeleton
6-inch (15 cm) long skeletal remains
 Ata is the common name given to the 6-inch (15 cm) long skeletal remains of a human fetus found in 2003 in a deserted Chilean town in the Atacama Desert. DNA analysis done in 2018 on the premature human fetus identified unusual mutations associated with dwarfism and scoliosis, though these findings were later disputed. The remains were found by Oscar Muñoz, who later sold them; the current owner is Ramón Navia-Osorio, a Spanish businessman.

Dr. Steven Greer leads the investigation into a mysterious humanoid specimen found in Chile's Atacama Desert. With the help of Dr. Garry Nolan and Dr. Ralph Lachman of Stanford University, he hopes to unravel the enigma.

                                                                        If you are still, no one can hurt you. If you play dead, there is nothing to kill.
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The Atacama Humanoid

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