UFO spotted during a trip in the Ozark Mountains, Arkansas, USA

An interesting video was shot by an American who was traveling through the scenic mountains of the Ozark, a vast area with spectacular views. There are rivers, canyons, lakes, and miles of roads with a huge number of turns.

It all happened on 7/25/21 in the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas when an eyewitness was filming his ride through the serpentine terrain with a Sony Handycam camera. Later, while reviewing the footage, he discovered that on one of the steep turns above the trees, a circular object hovered with a surface resembling a metallic object, or rather a drop of mercury suspended in the air.

Apparently, the eyewitness accidentally managed to capture in this wilderness area – an alien probe. Similar UFOs have been seen more than once around the world.

The Ozark is a large limestone plateau in the central United States, also known as a special cultural and historical region and recreational and tourist area of the country. The heart of the Ozark is located in Missouri, with smaller areas extending into northern Arkansas, northeastern Oklahoma, and extreme southeastern Kansas. In many ways (including ethnographically) the Ozark Plateau bears a resemblance to the Appalachian Plateau and Mountains.

The entire plateau is located on the right bank of the Mississippi River, covering a total area of over 122,000 square miles. (47,000 square miles). Its length is up to 500 km, the average height is 400-500 m, the maximum point is in the Boston Mountains (up to 823 m), in the south of the plateau (Arkansas).

The plateau is formed mainly by limestones of Paleozoic age, with outcrops of Precambrian rocks in the east (Mount St. Francis in Missouri). The plateau is subject to water and wind erosion, and therefore is heavily dissected by rivers. Karst (underground caves) and river canyons are widespread. Typical soil composition of the region is represented by red soils and yellow soils. On the slopes of the mountains and in the elevated regions are preserved virgin forests (broad-leaved, mostly oak).

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