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VIDEO: Alien found in Brazilian jungle

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Okay so it's time for the "alien found in FILL IN THE BLANK" of the week.

This week it's a jungle in Brazil. Footage was obtained by "noted paranormal writer" Michael Cohen that was taken by two British tourists visiting the Mamaus region of the Amazon.

The alien can be seen on the left of the picture while there's also a mysterious light on the right. Watch the video below for a closer look.

Cohen, who also runs a paranormal news website, says: "It comes from an area known for experiencing intense UFO activity. It is rather apparent that aliens are interested in this region due to its biological diversity."

What do you think? Alien or funny shaped pieces of tree?

(Images: YouTube)

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