Biologists find mysterious metal “monolith” in Utah

Biologists find mysterious metal “monolith” in Utah
Biologists find mysterious metal “monolith” in Utah

A team of biologists has just made an astonishing discovery: a mysterious metallic object that looks like something straight out of a sci-fi movie, stuck in the dry ground of a small canyon in southern Utah. The “metal monolith” was spotted by chance, as they flew over the area to count bighorn sheep.

The object is estimated to be three to four meters tall, hidden among rocks and planted deep in the ground. KSLTV, a local television station, interviewed Bret Hutchings, the helicopter pilot for the Utah Department of Public Safety’s Aero Bureau. ” This is the strangest thing that I have encountered since I was flying “He told the channel.

Hutchings said a biologist from the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, counting bighorn sheep in the helicopter, was the first to spot the structure. ” Whoa, whoa, whoa, turn around, turn around! », Exclaimed the biologist. “ There is something there, we have to go and see it! ».

Moreover, it was only a short time after that the latter noted the similarity of the object with the iconic monolith appearing in the famous Stanley Kubrick film ” 2001, a space odyssey “. Hutchings thinks it is probably a work of art, albeit a mystery. ” Guess he’s a new wave artist or something or, you know, someone who was a huge fan of ‘2001, A Space Odyssey’ He said.

« Bighorn count with the DWR this week. When counting, we found this, in the middle of nowhere, buried deep in the rock. Curious minds want to know what it is. Somebody ? ????? Hutchings wrote on an Instagram post.


Hutchings and the helicopter crew alighted to take a closer look at the artwork, which sits in the center of a small cul-de-sac canyon. ” We joked that if one of us suddenly disappeared, the others had to run away “, did he declare.

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If the monolith is an art installation, it won’t be the first time that a pop culture benchmark has been built miles from civilization. Indeed, last year, the German-Namibian artist Max Siendentopf designed an art installation consisting of seven white pillars, an mp3 player and seven speakers. It was built in the middle of the Namib Desert in Namibia, and plays Toto’s song “Africa” on repeat. The artist had refused to reveal the exact location of the work, saying that it is “like a treasure that only the most faithful of Toto fans will be able to find”.

Video showing the team descending into the hollow to observe the object up close:

In this second video, we see the object more closely:

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