In Argentina, a group of friends ventured into nature for a leisurely outing, deciding to spice up their time with a game of volleyball. As one of them aimed to capture the match on film, an unexpected twist unfolded when a high-speed UFO made an appearance, streaking across the sky behind the trees.
One of the friends, opting for a playful approach, deliberately recorded the video in slow motion to showcase the intricate details of another friend executing a trick—hitting the ball with his head. Had they filmed at regular speed, the fleeting UFO would likely have gone unnoticed, as it would have zipped by too quickly.
The footage swiftly gained traction on the Spanish-speaking Internet, triggering immediate skepticism. Critics proposed an alternative explanation, suggesting the unidentified object was not a UFO but merely a swiftly flying bird.
However, countering this notion, proponents argued that for it to be a bird, it would have to be notably large, akin to an eagle. Furthermore, eagles typically don’t traverse such rapid trajectories unless they are diving for prey.
Supporters of the UFO theory maintained that such high-speed phenomena might be a regular occurrence above us, escaping detection due to the limited instances of people capturing videos outdoors.
They believe these rapid objects are present in the sky but seldom get recorded, given that individuals who frequently film videos in outdoor settings are relatively few.