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Polaroid photographs by Filberto Caponi.

In July 1993 from a Radar of Rome (Practica di Mare) and a Radar in the Marche (Falconara marittima) the Italian Air force destroyed a UFO flying from Lazio to Abruzzo with two airt-to-air missles (AAMs). The fragments fell in the canal of Monte Vettote (a mountain) near Arquata. The pilots of the Caccia airplane saw 3 balls leaving the UFO before the explosion. Three days later Filberto Caponi ecountered the first alien. After several encounters in the area he managed to take six Polaroid photographs.

See also: Extraterrestrial Humanoid , Radar , Scramble

The being made noise when moving, its dorsal structure is rather grip, but its sides seems wide, which is practically the contrary of the way we are made. It seems built to run, the arms are not used, remember how he raced to the nearby door with leaps like those of an ostrich.


Ostrich

Stenonychosaurus
Troodon Dinosaur

The eyes were enormous, surpassing in size those of most modern land animals. The brain was much larger than in living reptiles and approached that of some living birds and mammals in relative size. Stenonychosaurus dinosaurs, which probably fed on primitive mammals, embody a widespread tendency for the brain to increase in size through the history of life.


 

Dinosauroid
Sculpture by Dale Russell and Ron Seguin, 1982, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, Canada.

Speculation on the direction that dinosaur evolution might have gone if the brainiest small theropod, Troodon, had of continued to evolve to man-like proportions.


Filberto Caponi is an artisan and works in terracotta as well as being a fine painter.

terra cotta: unglazed, typically brownish-red earthenware, used chiefly as an ornamental building material and in modeling. • a statuette or other object made of such earthenware. • a strong brownish-red or brownish-orange color. ORIGIN early 18th cent.: from Italian terra cotta ‘baked earth,’ from Latin terra cocta.