‘Time traveller’ claims ‘a human will have baby with an animal’ this year

A mysterious social media user claiming to be a "time traveller from 2671" has claimed a human will have a baby with an animal later this year.

Eno Alaric, who is also known as @theradianttimetraveller, has gained more than 26,000 followers for posting warnings about supposed future events.

The creator has previously made warnings about twin planets with Earth, alien visitors and even portals opening to other dimensions.

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But now, the self-professed time-warper has claimed someone will have a baby with a chimp — which will apparently result in a hairy hybrid species that is able to speak.

In the video, which has gained more than 3,800 likes, Eno wrote: "ATTENTION! Yes, I am a real time traveller, these are major events to come in the rest of 2023

"October 29: A very powerful solar flare hits Earth, causing all power to go out for 2 weeks. Everything turns to chaos, with the crime rate jumping 12,000%, it is hard to recover after this.

"November 22: Genetic engineering is made public, allowing people to customize their children. This also "cures" all brain or birth defects, so no one will have to deal with that struggle again.

"November 29: The first chimpanzee and human have children together. The child can speak and do everything a human can do, but it has chimpanzee hair.

"December 19: The first-ever electric hailstorm occurs. It is created when lightning strikes a hailstorm, causing the hail to shock and burn anything it touches."

The bizarre video was rounded off with Eno claiming that "2023, 2024, and 2025 are considered the most important years in history" in their time – which they claim is 2671.

However, TikTok users were divided over whether or not the video could be true or not as they took to the comments to give their opinions.

One user said: "Wow can't wait."

Another added: "Why do all these time travellers always have to put something so far away? Why can’t you give me something that is happening tomorrow?"

A third wrote: "Bro is the creator of The Simpsons."

"Some sound believable. Others sound like a YA novel," a fourth commented.

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