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How do we know some alien species isnt at the heart of all this? Its very possible a reptilian race could have come here a long time ago, Considering the vastness of the universe, Id say there are probably all different types of aliens out there. They are not all small humanoids with grayish blue skin, big heads and black almond shaped eyes!
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How do we know some alien species isnt at the heart of all this? Its very possible a reptilian race could have come here a long time ago, Considering the vastness of the universe, Id say there are probably all different types of aliens out there. They are not all small humanoids with grayish blue skin, big heads and black almond shaped eyes!
If an ET race of intelligent reptilians long ago chose to live underground in tunnels or caves below the LA area, their intelligence couldn't be much more than that of ordinary lizards or other reptiles. The LA area is crisscrossed with fault lines. Consider the serious destruction from the 1994 Northridge Quake. In addition, the well-known San Andreas fault line is located about 30 miles from downtown LA.

More suitable locations to inhabit would be places like the Amazon rainforest, which is pretty dense and largely unexplored. However, lizard people living below LA does make for a good story or movie.

http://scedc.caltech.edu/significant/losangeles.html

https://www.cccarto.com/faults/la_faults/

Map of the Lost Lizard City under Los Angeles | Big Think

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Underground_Lizard_People
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