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Tyler Glockner, a popular UFO researcher who runs the YouTube channel 'Secureteam10' recently uploaded a video apparently shot from China which shows multiple mysterious flying objects appearing in the skies of China. In the video, the UFO researcher argues that multiple witnesses in China have shot similar sightings a few days back, and it made many people think that an alien invasion is imminent.

Unlike the traditional UFO videos people have seen in the past, the sighting in China seems very different especially due to the leapfrog nature of the objects which appeared in the skies.

"We had this sort of mass sighting of something in the sky taken by multiple people and multiple cameras. We have dubbed these lights as leapfrogging lights or leapfrogging UFOs. It means, these lights often jumps or leapfrog over one another. When one light vanishes, another one will appear in the front of it," said Tyler Glockner in the video.

In the meantime, a section of conspiracy theorists has started arguing that the object spotted in the Chinese skies is actually a triangular UFO making continuous spin.

The video of the weird incident soon went viral, and it has already racked up more than 2,95,000 views on YouTuber. After watching the video, viewers also put forward various theories explaining the weird sky phenomenon.

"It looks like a rotating triangular object," commented Simon Hemlig, a YouTube user.

"The "leap-frogging" lights are the apex lights on a cloaked TR3B that is rotating very slowly," commented Wayne Warmack, another YouTuber.

The video of the new sighting surfaced online just a few days after another weird UFO was spotted in China. Adding up the authenticity of the video, a spectator was seen pointing his finger at the UFO during the time of lightning. As the number of UFO sightings in China increases day by day, conspiracy theorists argue that aliens are sending scout ships to the earth to understand the conditions here before they begin the invasion.