Alien Like Rat Creatures On Woman's Kitchen Floor
These are Alien like creatures that look a lot like Rats. There is no head, no front legs and they look blooming bizarre. I couldn't imagine coming across these Aliens as they look like them and the thing is, nobody in the expert world knows what they are? They even said they are a hoax which I don't know if they are? They are horrible and look hairy, freaky and no I wouldn't like to go near them.
This is a really weird and strange creature that was found on the floor of a woman's kitchen and yeah they look absolutely strange and I needed to show you these freaky things. What are they, have you ever seen them before and if you have have you got any more images or videos as these are really interesting.
Someone must see this and know what they are? They are trying to say that these are Maggot Rats? What the hell does that mean? They're a Maggot or a Rat?
Even insect experts were unable to determine what the bizarre-looking animals were. Tim Clerke, from Auckland, New Zealand, was baffled when he found them but needed help to identify what exactly they were – so he shared a clip on Facebook.
But instead of coming to his help, his friends simply told him the creatures in his video – with squirming bodies – were terrifying.
‘My mother found these on the kitchen floor this morning. One is still alive,’ Tim said. ‘Anyone know what they are? Nikki is horrified and will have nightmares for weeks.’
‘(It’s)like someone cut the bottom end off of baby mice,’ one person noted.
‘That is like a horror movie,’ a second wrote.
Another friend said:
‘I’d like to believe it was a hoax, then I could sleep better.’
Other guesses included ‘deformed baby mice’ or ‘miniature bats’. The Biosecurity New Zealand entomology team eventually watched the video but still couldn’t come to a conclusive decision on what the strange animals were.
They thought the footage showed the detached legs of a moth. A spokesperson said:
‘They suggest something (possibly a cat) had just recently eaten the body of the moth, which may explain why a few of the legs were still twitching.’
Experts from the University of Auckland had an entirely different theory and said the video was a hoax. But Eric Edwards, an insect expert, said it was possible the unknown specimens could be hoverfly larvae – commonly known as rat-tailed maggots. The mystery continues.
So, apparently this is what it is even though don't forget they still haven't been identified?
This is what it must look like or resemble is all I can figure out.
Video by Ky Sinh:
Source New Zealand Biosecure Entomology Laboratory.
Source Reference Mysterious Universe.
Source Ty Sinh YouTube.