Medical reports were made by Doctors and other specialists having proceeded to the clinical examinations of the biological material discovered by Mario the huaquero  (looter of archaeological treasures),  in the Nasca region towards the end of 2015. They found that the bodies are:
• biological origin,
• divided at least into two species: Humanoid Reptile and hybrid humanoid,
• ancient origin, even very old,
• free from scars, incisions or other signs of manipulation which could indicate a modern fraud.

Humanoid Reptile species

Translation: Catherine Rayer

One of these species has been described as a “Humanoid Reptile” because of its appearance with terrestrial reptilian species. About ten specimens have been studied by the Inkari – Cusco Institute between 2017 and 2018.

The following anatomical features are noted:

  • The three fingered hands and feet are not distortions listed in the modern medical literature, in the event of possible congenital diseases.
  • The skeletons of the hands and feet are anthropometrically correlated.
  • Macro-cephalic skulls show no evidence of artificial mechanical pressure, to produce this elongation.
  • This species does not have any dentition or eye flag.
  • No hair at all.
  • The neck may be retractile.
  • The body have neither mammary glands nor umbilical scar to attach this species to mammals.
  • The number of ribs is variable following specimens: from 8 to 11.

The specimens studied by the Inkari – Cusco Institute team measure between 47 cm and 60.50 cm. This species has an oval-shapped macro-cephalic head lengthened towards the back, larger at the front. Its front part is ended with a pointed form. The upper part of the skull has three ridges or “crests”, without any hair. Neither nasal septum nor ear flag are observable, but X-rays showed a middle ear (internal).

The foramen magnum, or occipital foramen, is square-shape. No other listed terrestrial species has this anatomical feature. It is located in the second cranial fossa, in the center of the base of the skull, and not on the rear floor as with Homo sapiens or gorilla.


Reptilian humanoid head

1 Head’s crest
2 Metopic crest
3 Large almond eyes with oblique eyelids
4 Without ear flags
5 Small nasal orifices – Without nasal septum
6 Tiny mouth without lip
7 Small chin
8 Retractable neck

According to the work of biologist José de la Cruz Ríos López / Translation: Antoine Bruno

The Humanoid Reptiles discovered at Nasca has differences in its anatomical structure (no radius, ulna or carpal bone), which implies by evolutionary homology, that it does not share any common ancestor known on earth.

Members of a reptilian humanoid

1 The upper extremities of the forearm does not have a differentiation of radius and ulna, only one bone functions for that limb.
2 The wrist is not differenciated by carpal bones, instead it is a single bone with a half-moon shape.
3 The leg is not differentiated in the tibia and fibula, it only has a single bone for said limb.
4 Nor are there numerous tarsal bones that form the foot. It is a single bone that articulates with the leg and phalanx, without the presence of metatarsals.

According to the work of biologist José de la Cruz Ríos López / Translation: Antoine Bruno

His hands, by analogy, are in pronation position with long, thin fingers ended with nails, covering more than 80% of the distal phalanx. In Homo Sapiens, the nail does not exceed 50% of the distal phalanx.

Nail of a reptilian humanoid

A Distal phalanx length
B Nail length

X-ray of Josefina - Eggs

The frontal and lateral X-rays of the specimen named “Josefina”, reveal that this specimen seems to be in “gestation”. Indeed, the presence of three “ovoid” shaped objects, apparently calcified in the pelvic region, presents a certain degree of transparency on the X-rays. Indeed, we can observe the contours of a pair of floating ribs behind these ovoid shapes. Thus, we can deduce that it is an organic matter. It is likely to be three “eggs”.

These eggs are of varying sizes. They do not correspond to the avians ‘s egg-shaped forms and piriforms (birds), but seem to be closer to reptilian groups eggs (dinosaurs) and current (such as turtles, lizards, crocodiles, etc.). Their shape is symmetrical and their dimensions are approximately 2.7 cm, 3.5 cm, and 3 to 4 cm.

We also note the presence of a kind of transverse cloacal opening, under the “Josefina’s”pelvic area,  between the legs. The eggs could have been layed through this opening.


The internal organs (viscera, brains, eggs) of the reptilian specimens discovered in Nasca and studied by the Inkari Cusco Institute team are apparently still inside the bodies.

The C.14 analyzes, made on the specimen called “Victoria”, seem to be about the same antiquity of this species, from an era between the 800th  and 1100th of the Christian era … about a thousand years.

Differences in the number of ribs

Josefina's X-ray, reptilian humanoid
Victoria's X-ray, reptilian humanoid
The Family's X-ray, reptilian humanoids
Alberto's X-ray, reptilian humanoid

Josefina, Victoria: 11 pairs of coast including 2 floating
The family: 10 pairs of coast including 2 floating
Alberto: 8 pairs of coast including 2 floating

Some specimens of this species

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