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Striking photos show cabbage fields that resemble facehugger alien spawning grounds

Notable Photos Show Coal Fields Resembling Spawning Grounds For Terrifying Facehugger Aliens

  • They resemble alien eggs when moisture inside freezes and the outer leaves die
  • It is a normal occurrence in the countryside, but can be disturbing to city dwellers
  • The face huggers are one of the most hair-raising creatures in the Alien series

Anyone who still has nightmares after watching the Alien sci-fi horror movies can experience a shiver when they see these images.

They show what appears to be spawning grounds for the terrifying ‘facehugger’ creatures from the classic movies, who jump out of huge eggs and attach themselves to the faces of unsuspecting space explorers and implant baby aliens.

However, they are actually fields of Chinese cabbage.

Chinese cabbage may look like alien facehugger eggs if they freeze on the inside and the leaves die off on the outside

Chinese cabbage may look like alien facehugger eggs if they freeze on the inside and the leaves die off on the outside

This is a normal occurrence in some rural regions, but can be a little disturbing for city dwellers

This is a normal occurrence in some rural regions, but can be a little disturbing for city dwellers

This is a normal occurrence in some rural regions, but can be a little disturbing for city dwellers

They resemble the blood-curdling eggs when moisture in the cabbage freezes and the outer leaves die.

It is a common occurrence in some rural regions, but can be a little disturbing for city dwellers.

In fact, there have recently been depictions of the egg cabbages gone viral after a farmer in Japan posted them on Twitter.

Ellen Ripley, played by Sigourney Weaver, prepares Aliens in 1986 to burn some facehugger eggs

Ellen Ripley, played by Sigourney Weaver, prepares Aliens in 1986 to burn some facehugger eggs

Ellen Ripley, played by Sigourney Weaver, prepares Aliens in 1986 to burn some facehugger eggs

“When I first saw it, I was really scared,” said a Twitter user.

Another wrote, “Ask Ellen Ripley when harvesting.”

“I don’t know if this is normal or not, but it is really disgusting,” wrote a third.

Finally, a user joked, “Don’t look inside! Don’t look into it! ‘

The cabbage – called hakusai in Japan – is a staple in the winter months and is used in stir-fry dishes.

The face huggers are one of the most hair-raising creatures in the Alien franchise, who became an international star of Sigourney Weaver, who plays the heroine Ellen Ripley.

The Chinese cabbage - called hakusai in Japan - is a staple in the winter months and is used in stir-fry dishes

The Chinese cabbage - called hakusai in Japan - is a staple in the winter months and is used in stir-fry dishes

The Chinese cabbage – called hakusai in Japan – is a staple in the winter months and is used in stir-fry dishes

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