Otherworldly Intrigue: Giant Alien-Shaped Rock Sparks Feverish Excitement and Speculation!.my
A large rock on a farm in Brazil has an alien shape that is surprisingly famous, attracting thousands of visitors.
The large rock is located on a remote farm in Roraima, Brazil. Miguel Barreto, the owner of the farm, discovered the rock after a big fire in 2002.The giant rock has a strange shape like an alien causing fever
The massive rock is suddenly famous locally and has grown in popularity because of what many describe as alien-like features.
The rock has been approved by the São Luiz Department of Tourism and Environment. Brazil recognized as natural landscape. Many curious tourists flock to see the famous strange stone firsthand and pose for photos.
The rock has a height of more than 6 meters, many cracks, protrusions, like the face of an alien in the classic 1980s film directed by Stephen Spielberg.
The film revolves around a young Californian man who befriends a gentle, intelligent alien, helping him get off Earth for the first time on a spaceship. The film grossed $792.9 million at the box office, which was a coveted big box office figure at the time.
Tourists flock to Miguel Barreto’s farm to take pictures by the strange rock
A fire destroyed nearly all of Miguel Barreto’s farm in 2002 and spread to the surrounding trees and vegetation.
He said: “At first I didn’t pay attention to the stone, just focused on repairing after the fire. Then when I look back, I realize the shape of the stone is very similar to the aliens in famous movies.” .
Since then, Miguel Barreto’s rock has been noticed by many locals, and then spread throughout the surrounding area.
Now, this place has become one of the tourist attractions locally and across the country as well as internationally.
Visitors do not have to pay any fees when taking pictures by the rock
Visitors come to the farm to see firsthand the strangely shaped stone. Guests do not have to pay any fees to visit the farm.
The rock is so famous that it is said that if you go to São Luiz without visiting the rock, you have not been to São Luiz.trg
Fábio Wankler, a sedimentary geologist at the Federal University of Roraima, said the rock’s shape was caused by erosion. Some features of the rock are similar to those found in the mountains to the north and south of Roraima.