Preliminary analysis: Grey ones
The body of subject 11 was found on the east coast of Bragdøya, an island near Kristiansand, in Norway.
Operator A3213 and Agent N17 found the body during a standard patrol operation and, after calling an Epsilon class transport, made sure that the containment and transport were carried out successfully.
Subject 11, belonging to the species that the soldiers have named as the “Grey ones”, is currently located at the [REMOVED] site, in [REMOVED].
Subject 11 died due to circumstances currently still unknown. No wounds were found on his body that could suggest a violent death. It is assumed that he had some kind of illness, but we are not yet at the level of knowledge of their particular biology to be able to establish it exactly.
Analysis and anomalies
Subject 11 shows the typical physiognomy of all the “Grey ones” observed so far. Its shape is humanoid, with a stature that reaches 6 feet and 4 inches in height, or 1 meter and 93 centimeters. Its build, long-limbed and disproportionate, has a slender and well-defined musculature, and reaches a weight of 187 pounds, or about 85 kilograms.
Its skin normally maintains a grayish hue, but is able to change pigmentation if subjected to the right electrical stimulation. This characteristic is maintained by the subject’s tissues even at a distance of 12 hours from death.
It is interesting to note that this peculiar skill has never been used by all the living specimens that have been observed during operations. However, it is assumed that it is part of the process that makes their natural ability to make themselves invisible possible. Thanks to the compound [REMOVED] residual in dead cells, it is thought that the chemical process created is somehow the cause of the deviation field that is formed on the skin and that allows them to create that type of biological concealment. Further experimentation must be carried out regarding the compound [REMOVED] and its possible applications.
Further interesting results can be found in the black colored claws that extend in place of the fingers and toes, typical of the species of the subject. The material they are made of does not appear to be simple bone, instead it is a silicate very similar in structure to feldspar. This material apparently similar to what we know, but at the same time unknown, shows the anomaly of being much harder than normal, approaching corundum on the Mohr scale.
Understanding what ecosystem these creatures come from and what makes them work is of top priority to avoid further losses on the battlefield.
The vivisection will be performed shortly, and further information may be recorded.
The conclusions of these preliminary analyzes is that many components of the physiology of these creatures are still unknown to us, but if understood better they could allow us to make significant, if not revolutionary, steps forward in understanding the plans and creatures that live there.