Alberto, discovered in Nasca – Peru is a growing specimen of 60.5 cm long with a metal implant on the right hip. He is probably suffering from a bone disease.
Size: 60,50 cm
Espèce: Humanoid Reptile
3 fingered hands including 4 phalanges and a long fingernail
Feet of 3 toes including 3 phalanges
Présence of joints
6 pairs of ribs, plus 2 floating pairs
Neck possibly retractable
Growing specimen, possibly with bone disease.
Presence of metal implant inserted at the right hip.
Discovery of Alberto and analyzes by 2 surgeons, Dr. Ramiro Hermoza Rosell and Dr. Renan Ramirez Vargas
March 16th, 2017
X-ray analyzes of Alberto by Dr. Edson Salazar Vivanco, general practitioner
March 17th, 2017
The average composition is estimated at about 25% of copper for 50% of silver.
The composition of this sample matches perfectly with the typical compositions listed for Pre-Columbian era objects made from a copper-silver alloy. The observable micro-structure in topographic imaging seems to indicate that the source object was designed by stamping coppersilver alloy leaflets by cold-threshing, a technique also listed for many Pre-Columbian objects design.
Concerning the implant bio-compatibility made from such an alloy, given the chemical activity of copper and silver depending on the context (pH, …), the histological consequences on a living organism would be uncertain and requires the advice of a specialist.