Fifth Specimen



I captured him in an accidental photo when I found the cave that the ‘Loner’ comes out of. Both of them are in the same fissure of the rock and two centimeters apart. This is the best photograph. Behind him, parts of two other specimen can be seen.


Under his nose or eye, there is a piece of lifted skin which distorts his face.


Anyone who is interested can corroborate that this is the same species when he fights with two ‘intruders’ on the night of May 8th, 2019 after 11:00pm.


It is possible that his movements and moving around are done with air impulses that are generated by rotating the blades of the spiral with a certain velocity, like what we do to fly helicopters.


With this specimen I close the analysis and answers to the questions that these tiny particular men awaken, but there is one question remaining: Why haven’t we seen any color in the skin of these inhabitants of Noorhn’s Ark?


Up to this point, I have observed that only the ‘King’ and the ‘Queen’ appear to be in an upright position and the ‘Evil Spiral’ clearly is this way. This last one rests like our bats: head down and feet up.


I have also verified that the ‘Evil Spiral’ and the ‘Superfast Copulator’ confirm Newton’s theory about zero gravity in the center of the planet due to the evenness of mass in all directions, and widely accepted by science.


In addition, observe that speed is exaggerated in both of these cases, in comparison with their neighbors who are extremely slow. Here on the Earth’s surface, the speed is fast, but down below, it is only a slight effort to move themselves without touching the floor or the walls, like the other specimen do, and in this way, counteracting the natural state of floating.


In the case of the ‘Copulator’ this ability fulfills an additional useful role that benefits the society, because if, as it appears to me, he is the only one of all of the races in the colony that breeds, reproduction would be affected if he weren’t able to move and be present in various places quickly.


These two tiny beings show that reproduction and the defense of the colony are naturally their priority, adapting and mutating the hereditary characteristics to their natural environment.