posted on Apr, 30 2010 @ 10:08 PM
Originally posted by Loken68
reply to post by thematrix
I too have often wondered about alien anatomy. The most common description gives them the big domed head, large eyes, small mouth and nostrils.
I won't list my source, so take it for what it's worth...
Their heads are slightly larger than ours. But because of their relatively smaller stature (4.5ish ft) and body frame it appears their heads are much
bigger than they actually are. It's the illusion of their proportions. I will say that their corpus callosum is much more developed than ours.
There's a reason they tilt their head down a bit when they communicate with someone. Their necks are proportionate for their bodies though.
They also have a pronounced bridge line over their eyes. Their eyes are a bit larger than ours, and they do have irises and pupils. They're not the
same proportion as ours but not as severly as some pics I've seen. When in brighter conditions they have a blackish lense over their eyes. I'm not
sure if the lense is natural or artificial, but they see a degree into the IR and a bit into the UV naturally, and are very sensitive to any kind of
bright light, visible or otherwise. Also, the pronounced bridge line accentuates their eyes quite a bit.
They do have a nose, but it's not as big as ours. But it's not non-existent, just not as large as ours. And their mouths are capable of
expression. As for eating, I'm not sure. But there's no reason to doubt that they don't.
As for being cold-blooded, i don't think that they are. Unless their one piece suits provide artificial heat to keep them from slowing down in
cooler climates. So, I guess it's possible they could be...
Again, it's all hearsay, so take it for what it's worth. Also, I'm talking about the species commonly referred to as the Grays, etc... The ones
poorly depicted in this Mc Pherson remake. There are supposedly many other intelligent species in the universe, but these are the ones I have some
... hmmm Perhaps I've said too much. Whoops, gotta hide from the MIB