Planet Mars News: UFO Hunter Claims To Have Photographic Evidence Of Life On Mars
People have always been fascinated with outer space more so now that NASA and other space agencies are getting closer and closer to reaching Planet Mars. Now, a UFO hunter claims to have photographic evidence of life on Mars.
Scouring thousands of images taken by NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover, one UFO hunter claims to have spotted a Martian life form. Joseph White of ArtAlienTV says in one of the images taken by Mars Curiosity Rover, he has spotted what he alleges is a Martian lizard.
According to Joseph White, the Martian lizard is a less than an inch in height. Martian lizard looks like it has a beak and tiny horns just like the horned lizards found on Earth. Joseph White believes that the Martian lizard was preserved after a catastrophic event happened on Mars.
It is not the first time UFO enthusiasts claimed seeing a lizard on Mars. Back in 2013, sites dedicated to extraterrestrials also spotted an allegedly fossilized iguana on Mars. The said fossilized iguana on Mars was spotted on an image in the archives of NASA.
Scott Waring, the owner of one of the alleged sites, says it's easy to miss the Martian lizard but those who look closely at images taken by NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover will spot the lizard easily. He also said that there have been more than ten lizards spotted on the Red Planet.
Scott Waring even says he spotted a rock moving four times in four images. He was also alerted by a Japanese UFO enthusiast about a Martian lizard meandering across the lands of Mars. These sightings of lizards on Mars have sparked the conspiracy theory that NASA is planting lizards on Mars for testing.
Many are debunking the claim saying that what is in the image is just a rock. But what if it is a Martian lizard? If you think about it, a lizard that is less than an inch in size can survive whatever catastrophe that happened on Mars. One must also think that the lizard is not like the lizards found on Earth.
As a Martian lizard, it would be practical for it to sun itself to absorb vitamin D and keep its internal temperature warm. It would look like a rock because, in order to meet the desired internal temperature, the lizard has to keep still and under the sun for a long time, longer than the typical lizards on Earth.
Based on the claim of Scott Waring regarding the moving rock, the Martian lizard could be slowly moving to preserve its energy. It would also mean that it was slowly crawling back to its habitat that the Mars Curiosity Rover wasn't able to notice because the Martian lizard's habitat is perfectly concealed among the rocks of Mars.
What do you think? Is the thing on the photo a lizard or a rock? Share your opinions in the comments below!