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Some Examples Of 'Non-Human Biologics' That Could Fall From Space At Any Moment
Laika the dog died in orbit in 1957. Her remains disintegrated on re-entry in 1958.
Félicette went up as part of the French space program in 1963.
Enos was the first chimpanzee to orbit earth in 1961.
Mice went to space starting in 1950.
Gordo the spider monkey went up in 1958 and was lost at splashdown.
All of these are far more likely explanations for “non-human biologics” being found in a “crashed spacecraft” than aliens from the 8th dimension.
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