Alien Creature From The Deep Shape Shifting

Everytime I've seen the video, I've seen it a few times I've said to myself that I'm gonna write about it and look I to it.

This is something else entirely because it's not a Squid, it's not an umbrella caught in an underwater whirlpool and it's definitely not a carrier bag.

Alien sea creature changes it's shape many times in the Indian Ocean.

Creature under the Indian Ocean which changes it's shape.

It's a truly wonderful sea creature which is exhibiting what a lot of people would say is Alien like shape shifting abilities.

In fact at the very end of this YouTube video it literally changes shape into a rag - almost as if it's drifting in the underwater current. I think we're looking at an intelligent creature and with chameleon like behaviour, I think it's aware too, maybe self aware?

But, to change it's shape into something that we'd recognise from the water? Like a plastic bag ripped, or a rag even, an intelligent shape. Is it communicating with us? If it's trying to create shapes that we'd recognise how's that possible?

You might laugh at that but look at the extreme shapes it's easily transforming into. It's going from one shape to the next! These are very complex shapes which aren't found in nature, so if it's mimicking what it's seen, where did it see it and what's it's actually shape? I mean it's shape that it's born with? Because anything that can change it's shape, the question is "what's it's naturally occurring shape?"

And that's what makes this a shape shifting Alien type creature! Have you seen Star Trek? There's similar looking Alien's on that TV show.

Although it's got the look of all of the above mentioned subject matter, it's actually a or rather should I say "possibly a rare black pigmented comb jelly" which I absolutely love that name.

It's 3753 feet deep in the Indian Ocean which is bone crushing and probably the where you'd expect to find Alien life if it was hidden away from prying eyes, right? It's the first place that nobody would look lol. It's so far down that it may as well be on the Moon!

Video description:

This video was taken by an ROV (remotely operated vehicle) at a depth of 3753 ft in the Indian Ocean within close proximity to a drill wellhead. Near the end of the footage you can see the creature getting caught up in the output from the ROV thrusters. The video has not been altered and was taken off the East coast of Africa.

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Is this comb jelly trying to communicate with the cameraman? Is it even from this planet? I say that because it's a truly strange sight, it's almost Alien like with it's highly (extremely high) intelligence which creating shapes not found anywhere else and giving off a light show, speeding and manouvering in extreme ways, guy's it's exhibited behaviour not found in normal creatures.

That's why I reckon that it's about as Alien as it get's. Could Extraterrestrial life somewhere else in the universe exhibit intelligence just like this one? I mean it's automatically assumed that the UAP craft's are metallic or some other material and that they're manufactured in a place off world, right? But what if they're actually alive? The UAPs might actually be life?

That's a big leap in opinions but it's definitely worth it talking about these different types of life because it helps us get ready for what's inevitable... The announcement that Extraterrestrials are real.

The Black Pigmented Comb Jelly exhibits behaviour which I'd say was Alien like.

Here's the extraordinary video which was uploaded to YouTube by CaptainJRD channel:

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Credit: CaptainJRD YouTube Channel/UFO Sighting's Footage/UFO News/Ufosfootage/Canva.

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