Most MYSTERIOUS Things Found In The Jungle!

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  • Published on Jul 5, 2017
  • Check out the most mysterious things found in the jungle! This top 10 list of strange and bizarre findings discovered in the jungle is a strange mystery to date!
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    8. The Lost City of Giants
    Deep in the Ecuadorian jungle, explorers discovered a lost city in 2012. However, it certainly wasn’t any normal ancient city. It is known as the “Lost City of Giants.”
    According to reports, upon arrival, the explorers found a set of massive structures, the largest being a 79-meter-tall by 79-meter-wide (260 ft x 260 ft) pyramid of unusual shape. At the top of the pyramid is a flat, polished stone, believed to have been a sacrificial altar. The magnitude of these buildings is what gives the city its name and leads many archaeologists to believe that giants did build and inhabit the city, although many others remain skeptical on that point. What makes this discovery even more peculiar is not just the buildings themselves but also the tools and artifacts found there. Many oversized, manufactured tools were said to have been discovered, allegedly so big that it would be impossible for humans to use them. The team that discovered the city believes that the tools are a crucial piece of evidence that in the distant past, giants once walked the Earth.
    7. Maricoxi
    The Maricoxi are essentially the sasquatches of South America. They are reported to be huge, ape-like beings that can stand up to 3.7 meters (12 ft) tall. Although they appear primitive, they’re said to be fairly intelligent, wielding bows and arrows and even living in villages. According to British explorer Colonel Percival H. Fawcett, who allegedly encountered the creatures while mapping out the jungles of South America in 1914, they were extremely hairy and lived north of a tribe called the Maxubi. They could only speak in grunts and were extremely hostile toward humans. In the colonel’s book, Lost Trails, Lost Cities, he describes how he and his men were nearly attacked by the beasts when they got close to their village. However, they were able to keep the beasts away by firing their guns into the ground by the creatures’ feet, sending them running in terror.
    In 1925, Fawcett disappeared along with all his men while on an expedition to find a lost city. Theories suggest that they were killed by local tribes or died of starvation. However, some say they were killed by the Maricoxi, although there is no evidence to back this up.
    6. Boiling River
    When he was only a boy, Andrés Ruzo, a geophysicist, heard a legend from his grandfather. This legend was about how the conquistadors went in search of El Dorado, the city of gold, deep in the Amazonian jungles. The fortunate few survivors of the expedition returned with all sorts of stories, ranging from man-eating snakes, jungle people with poison darts, trees bigger than they’d ever seen, and a boiling river capable of instantly killing anyone who would fall in its waters.
    This story remained with Ruzo into his adulthood. For his PhD, he decided to make Peru’s first detailed geothermal map. Boiling streams do exist. They are located near volcanoes or other geothermal hotspots. The Amazonian basin is nowhere near such places, and the existence of a boiling river would be next to impossible. However, as fate would have it, his aunt, of all people, was familiar with the boiling river. Not only had she been there before, but she was friends with the river shaman’s wife.
    She took Ruzo there, some 440 miles away from any volcanoes, and deep within the Peruvian jungle. The river itself is about 82 feet wide and 20 feet deep in some places, and for a distance of about 4 miles, its waters are close to boiling point. This site is known as Mayantuyacu, and is considered sacred by the natives. They use its waters for everything from cooking, brewing tea, or washing.
    Because Mayantuyacu is nowhere near a volcano, there isn’t a simple answer as to where the heat comes from. The best explanation so far, is that this water comes from far away, as far as the glaciers high up in the Andes Mountains. Then it goes through an immense network of fissures within the mountains themselves, then deep underground where it’s heated, only to come back out in this place, making this stretch of the river boil.
    5. The Stone Spheres of Costa Rica
    Ever since the late 1930s, people have been discovering strange stone spheres scattered all across southern Costa Rica. In order to make room for banana plantations, farmers began clearing the jungle
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Comments • 598

  • 2fly215
    2fly215 4 hours ago

    8:26 what happened to the info there???

  • yshan clarence santos
    yshan clarence santos 17 hours ago

    hey you your from slick slime sam i nkow now muhahahahaha

  • mitchell maule
    mitchell maule Day ago

    I bet the Stone spheres were just practice carvings that's why there's a bunch

  • Landon Roy
    Landon Roy 2 days ago

    Dirty Guatemalan scumbag retards

  • Sven Hooghiemster
    Sven Hooghiemster 2 days ago

    I know why those stone spheres are there
    Doctor hammond liked prehistoris football

  • Jared Quinney
    Jared Quinney 2 days ago

    This is really a great list

  • Will Rivera
    Will Rivera 2 days ago

    Im sure these stone spheres have gotten into like 11 DIFFERENT videos this channel put out. Kinda sick of hearing about them.

  • Les Graham
    Les Graham 3 days ago +1

    Quote Unquote.
    Just say it.
    That’s taking political correctness too far.

  • Trippy Mane
    Trippy Mane 4 days ago

    So can you tell me the location of the giant city?

  • Puppy and Kitty fun
    Puppy and Kitty fun 11 days ago

    I think the monkey one is most interesting bc it's so big and hou explained that plague, if we had that plague I would never be by someone

  • Robert Gamache
    Robert Gamache 13 days ago

    "Nobody knows why this stretch of water is boiling" but we do know it goes deep underground where it gets heated and then spit back out I wonder why its boiling

  • Captain Crusher
    Captain Crusher 14 days ago

    5:49=Their purpose is to keep fedora-wearing and whip-carrying archaeologists from getting out of ancient temples.

  • Outlander Bushcraft
    Outlander Bushcraft 14 days ago

    These add’s are ridiculous, no one wants to watch them anyway

  • Bell Belandres
    Bell Belandres Month ago

    Bc man has such a gayant 10.8 cm

  • Bow Hunter
    Bow Hunter Month ago

    Boiling river is why there might be truth in some 'tall tails'

  • Shing Fung Chan
    Shing Fung Chan Month ago

    Giants can’t exist. Ask Ben Orlin

  • Jim Giangregorio
    Jim Giangregorio Month ago

    As many news reporters that have been made fun of for slathering a spanish accent out of nowhere on anything latin, you would think that annoying and ridiculous act would stop already.
    We get it, you have latin in your bloodline. Willing to bet you werent even born in a latin country though.
    Stop, your english is obviously great...use it. If you are bilingual, make a spanish channel for all people that want to hear your over the top R rolling.
    Also, alot of "scientists",and "archeologists", are going to look very stupid when the "beings from somewhere else" finally appear again in our time and explain that "yes, we built the pyramids all over earth with several different cultures that had no contact at all with each other"
    Then they'll wonder why these pompous "educated idiots" completely dismissed the stories they did took the time (and engineering) to leave carved in granite and stone all over the earth.
    Educated idiots:
    "Oh, we just thought these cultures just carved their fictional and fun stories in some of the hardest stones on earth....we didnt think any of that was actually real."
    Soon.

  • Bella Berry
    Bella Berry Month ago

    Orgin Explained, your videos stinks, what I mean you make non normal subjects, as unimportant, but you can take a peek,..... lets move right along, nothing to see here. Are you trying to insult 👩‍🎓our intelligence, We know Giant nephillums were born of outer space Annunaki 👨‍🚀👩‍🚀dna and human females, and they were gigantic and they builded worship temples with 5 ton to 50 ton blocks 😲, no tiny 6ft. humans🕴🕴🕴 could have build them. Enough with entertainment we are looking for truth, how do we know we read comic 🙃books. 😒Have a great day.

  • JULIUS CAESAR
    JULIUS CAESAR Month ago

    Those Maricoxi were creepy

  • Fakroun7
    Fakroun7 Month ago

    What a useless video. If you're talking about "pyramids" being found in ecuador, then show freaking pictures of it, not those useless images that show something completely different.

  • ObediYAH
    ObediYAH Month ago

    The culture disappeared soon after the european arrival.. Smh! Ppl committed mass suicide to not deal with those savages coming over smh!

  • rose just meh
    rose just meh Month ago

    I think under the river is hot lava.
    Most realistic answer

  • AL LAM
    AL LAM 2 months ago

    Oof

  • Sarah Valentino
    Sarah Valentino 2 months ago +1

    1:30 waitttttttt did she just say human bean?

  • Loud Mike Productions
    Loud Mike Productions 2 months ago

    crazy yo

  • Bryan Taylor
    Bryan Taylor 2 months ago +1

    The answers to a lot of these questions lie beneath the Vatican and the Smithsonian Institute.

  • Liam B
    Liam B 2 months ago

    God all of your videos are a different volume lol

  • ninja boyz98
    ninja boyz98 2 months ago

    Hold up you’re telling me this guy told people where these big foot things were and we still haven’t gone to look for them there?

  • Agui007
    Agui007 2 months ago

    The huge round stone spheres have also shown up at the Bosnian pyramid.

  • Michael Sears
    Michael Sears 2 months ago

    we have no idea how these CIRCLES were made -.- 3.14?

  • Ben Siener
    Ben Siener 2 months ago

    Snakes and all animals are envenomed. Plants are poisonous. The people from the monkey god city would have been envenomated. (I know it sounds weird but its a real word.)

  • D90Girl
    D90Girl 2 months ago

    Most annoying narrator !

  • chino cochino
    chino cochino 2 months ago

    Your. Lice sucks sorry

  • red88alert
    red88alert 2 months ago

    The Olmec heads do not display any "negroid" features. That is a lie. They clearly have native features. Blacks didn't come to America until the Europeans arrived.

  • Elden Vedetta
    Elden Vedetta 2 months ago

    5:13 CE is actually a more commonly accepted term as opposed to AD, since not everyone wants to go based on a religious connotation:) It stands for Common Era instead of After Death.
    And BCE is Before Common Era ^o^

    • Cy Floriana
      Cy Floriana 2 months ago

      Hey smartass AD doesn't mean after death.

  • Elden Vedetta
    Elden Vedetta 2 months ago +1

    4:00 I appreciate you not saying that's the factual explanation, though I disagree with the wording of that being the "best" explanation. That may be true according to current understandings of the world, but I think your channel is one of the many things already proving our current understanding of the world is FAR less than what the actuality is. There's natural laws and principles we still don't know of or understand today, so to say that that explanation is "the best" just because it fits into our view of what "normal" is I think is a wrong use of wording.
    Great video still:)

  • kevin couture
    kevin couture 2 months ago +1

    where the real photos at if they found it

  • Alexander
    Alexander 2 months ago

    Face it, the Amazon wasn't rain forest till after the fact that European terrorists came and killed everyone off in their quest for gold and riches. Do more research and read how sophisticated the people were in the words of the explorers themselves before they murdered them in shame of not being so peaceful and advance

  • troublesum93
    troublesum93 2 months ago

    O lived in M.D all my life an I never heard of the snarly yow

  • Eli Carraway
    Eli Carraway 2 months ago

    That 15 year old is a badass

  • Ricky Owens
    Ricky Owens 2 months ago

    your voice is rough on the ears.

  • Allegation Lane
    Allegation Lane 2 months ago

    Negroid? you could have used another word! but melanated people were the first people on earth and the Caucasian statue was made after they discovered those statues to throw you off

  • Carrie's helping guide to you being a women

    Why cant they take a chopper into the jungel drop down and then explore it then take a chopper out throw down a latter and have them climb up

  • Jacob Grennan
    Jacob Grennan 3 months ago

    I'm the monkey god

  • A ORTIZ
    A ORTIZ 3 months ago

    "The civilization disappeared after the European arrival" 🤦‍♀️

  • Margaret Pokorny
    Margaret Pokorny 3 months ago +1

    I love the way you say Spanish words so well. You Mexican?

  • JAY BIRD
    JAY BIRD 3 months ago

    10:05 lebbrrroooooonnnnn jammeeeesssss

  • sphumelele Hlongwa
    sphumelele Hlongwa 3 months ago

    number 3 i watched a movie about this didnt't know it was a true story

  • shivam kumar
    shivam kumar 3 months ago

    i think video makers never thought outside america .... hmmn lazy o rjust ignorant ? this is the mystery .... solve it ?

    • shivam kumar
      shivam kumar 3 months ago

      @Jyve TurKey turk nono ... wait you are illitrate no .. u are dumb too

    • Jyve TurKey turk
      Jyve TurKey turk 3 months ago

      🇺🇸# rules!!!

    • Jyve TurKey turk
      Jyve TurKey turk 3 months ago +1

      I think your a hater. Oh wait you are a hater. Mystery solved.

  • Retired Rhinestone Cowgirl

    “Giants once walked the earth” The academics are finally catching up

  • A. M.
    A. M. 3 months ago

    Lol. So because its a "negroid" it must be an alien because its caucasian....do white people understand how ignorant that sounds 😂😂 if its an alien, its not a white or black person 🤣🤣

  • Mark Lumley
    Mark Lumley 3 months ago

    Don't try talking with an accent, you are totally messing the words up

    • P G
      P G 3 months ago

      ummm... No she's not

  • Chapstick817
    Chapstick817 3 months ago

    9:21 the rings remind me of Irish and other Celtic Neolithic tombs! They were often burial grounds for royalty and ceremonial places. Newgrange Stonehenge and the rings being revealed by the drought in Ireland are all similar. I feel like this may have been a similar period in human architecture for the South Americans

  • DryWet Tv
    DryWet Tv 3 months ago

    6:57 "a more quote unquote.." "long stroker".

  • IbeJeffreystricktand yeet

    ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • Alexander Jonker
    Alexander Jonker 3 months ago

    Bye

  • Robert Gregg
    Robert Gregg 3 months ago

    What a shame that a 15 year old boy has done more research than any paid scientist.

  • Robert Gregg
    Robert Gregg 3 months ago

    Scientists hide the fact that giant beings once roamed the earth. Hundreds of giant skeletons have been found all over the planet. When they are found the evidence is covered up by scientists, so they dont have to admit they are wrong.

    • Richard Head
      Richard Head 2 months ago

      Robert Gregg I'm sure if you were one of the scientists too, you would never admit you were wrong. You will do whatever it takes to maintain your credibility.

  • epSos.de
    epSos.de 3 months ago +2

    *The Boiling river is very nice.*
    Imagine the potential for natural spa pools and wet sauna in that region :-)

  • Angela O'Hara
    Angela O'Hara 3 months ago

    The boiling river is known as Shanaytimpiska (heated by the sun) not Mayantayacu (which is the name of the healing centre there).

  • ddragontrainer
    ddragontrainer 3 months ago

    When it comes to The White City of the Monkey God, why did the researchers not come with any type of hazmat or protective gear? Or if they were so close that they got the parasite that they got it in their bodies, why did they not bring samples back from the City as to find a way to remove the parasite at least long enough to take some good pictures and reveal better detail of the previous civilization?

  • ddragontrainer
    ddragontrainer 3 months ago

    What type of people just stumble upon a huge ancient stone head in the jungle and decide "Hey, Look at this thing!" "Yeah, That looks like the perfect place for target practice.". WHAT?! I get that people say soldiers were brainless back then but I never believed it... How could you just decide to use any ancient monument as your own little destruction zone?

  • Zeke Santiago
    Zeke Santiago 4 months ago

    I encountered a maricon

  • Luis Diaz
    Luis Diaz 4 months ago +23

    This girl says spanish names fluently and correctly.

  • john shell
    john shell 4 months ago

    Hahah a negro appearance

  • Kamic J
    Kamic J 4 months ago +1

    If I’m not mistaken those spheres where used as weapons they would launch them and sometimes light them up on fire

  • Heather Dotson
    Heather Dotson 4 months ago

    Could u please do a video on Property Point!!!!!!!

  • Careless_ Thoughts
    Careless_ Thoughts 4 months ago +1

    u sound kinda races to me negroid tf

  • DJPhysics
    DJPhysics 4 months ago

    The marixoji build the city and lived there

  • Dom Elixir
    Dom Elixir 4 months ago

    It isn't the fact that she seemed afraid if saying "negroid" or that she said it at all. After all it is actually a word to describe humans with physical characteristics seemingly similar to that of people from African decent. HOWEVER, there is also the term "caucasoid" describing- you guessed it, humans with Caucasian-like physical characteristics. So I'm not offended by your use of meaningful and educational terms. Just by your lack there of. Use one, then use the other as well.

  • Edison Flores
    Edison Flores 4 months ago

    THEY ARE NOT EUROPEAN EXPLORER. IT'S BETTER TO CALL THEM EUROPEAN INVADERS

  • Nathaniel
    Nathaniel 5 months ago +2

    15 year old kid finds lost cities. Here I am, still unable to find the keys I misplaced 10 minutes ago.

  • shinto666
    shinto666 5 months ago

    The attempt at the "spanish" pronunciation is soooo cringey....

  • Robyn
    Robyn 5 months ago

    I really love the cheerful “goodbye everyone!” at the end of the videos

  • Frederik Bertel
    Frederik Bertel 5 months ago

    The City of The Giants is a Troll from The ancient cultures lol