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Keen Eyes Spot Lizard, Squirrel on Mars

By on June 1, 2013 at 9:23 am - 0 Comments

There’s a lot of weird stuff on Mars, if certain individuals on the Internet are to be believed. We’ve already seen fossils and shrimp, if you remember. If not, here’s a shot of the shrimp thing:

Attack Of The Rock Shrimp From Mars

Somebody call Red Lobster!

And here’s a shot of one of the alleged fossils (you can read all about that over here, if you want):

Mars Vertebrae

But there’s more, apparently. Two new shocking finds have popped up, which have actually gained some media attention. One’s of a lizard and one’s of a…space squirrel? Both are courtesy UFO Sightings Daily.

Here’s the lizard dossier:

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And here’s the squirrel:

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Can’t see it? Let me circle that for you:

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UFO Sightings Daily also updated their squirrel post with more information:

“A lot of people are emailing me saying that this squirrel was part of a NASA experiment to test how long it would live on the surface of Mars and I do believe this does sound like something they might do. Why would they not tell us about it?”

Because you can’t just go leaking details about your Top Secret Space Squirrel Mission 3000 everywhere, can you? That’s bad for business. Unfortunately for NASA, there are people out there willing to put in the hours and hours of eyestrain necessary to uncover the agency’s darkest secrets, leaving no digital stone unturned.

Although there is this telling quote, which can be found alongside the original NASA squirrel image (seen below) on their very website:

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“This patch of windblown sand and dust downhill from a cluster of dark rocks is the ‘Rocknest’ site, which has been selected as the likely location for squirrels to plot the annihilation of mankind.”

Okay, you’re right; I may have changed that quote a bit. But you know that’s what they were thinking.

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