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Odd Creature Discovered on Mars Believed to Be an Alien Soldier

In early 2017, Mars rover Curiosity captured an image of what looks like a highly strange visitor or stalker trailing the car-sized equipment around the Red Planet.

The odd creature is one of the latest discoveries ever made on Mars. Curiosity is a rover designed to explore Mars’s Gale crater.

Scientists have long believed that Mars may have once had life, which is why this idea was not unusual to many. Recently, however, scientists found evidence of a new creature known as a bipedal tetrapod with stubby arms and legs.

This discovery is extremely interesting because it came from a place where researchers thought they would never find such a creature – Mars.

A creature discovered on Mars has been deemed an alien soldier in a recent report from Inquisitr. The robotic rover of Curiosity Rover has found a fossilized skeleton of what is believed to be an alien soldier. The discovery is significant because it is estimated that there was once a species on Mars, which presumably vanished due to climate changes or some other natural disaster.

This discovery has been amazing because it was previously thought that if there was life on the red planet it would be more difficult to detect. On August 20th, 2018, scientists announced their discovery of this soldier on Mars and initiated a new search for other creatures in the area.

On September 13th, 2018, NASA experts were trying to find out who or what created this “triangle-shaped” creature found in Gale Crater which is one of the largest known impact craters on Mars. Soon afterward, NASA released the following statement:”A series of lines running across a large rock in an impact crater on Mars is probably caused by a wind-blown dust devil. The lines may also have been created by a single mass of sediment moving downstream from its source.”

Its functioning is a component of the Mars Science Laboratory mission of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA. Furthermore, Curiosity was launched in November 2011 from Cape Canaveral, Florida, in the United States.

Then, in August 2012, this Mars rover landed on Aeolis Palus inside Mars’s Gale crater. Paranormal Crucible shared Curiosity’s latest image on their YouTube channel, where they talked about the unusual discovery in greater detail.

The video presentation states that the social media user spotted an intriguing object while going over the NASA archives.

Paranormal Crucible relayed that the Mars figure certainly appears artificial and is an ancient statuette.

The netizen relayed that the peculiar creature in the Red Planet seems to be an extraterrestrial insect of some sort or a grey alien.

NASA scientists remarked that this creature’s essential feature is that it appears to be wearing a spacesuit.

Common consensus indicated that the strange discovery was either a random rock formation, one of the Martian warriors’ statues, or a Martian soldier.

Most analysts think the odd visitor appears to be wearing some form of spacesuit and holding a weapon, with some observers believing it has been frozen. These theories make the last two possibilities mentioned above most likely.

Other analysts speculated that the odd creature is all that remains of an alien or extraterrestrial soldier that Mars’s harsh environment fossilized. They think this hypothesis is entirely possible.

After all, extended exposure to the Red Planet’s hostile atmosphere, especially if a person were to spend years there without body protection, may lead to some form of solidification.

Meanwhile, Zak Farley criticized the latest Mars discovery. This netizen argued that the public could remark the same thing about any rock formations on Planet Earth.

Hybrid TV supported Farley’s statement, believing that the unusual Mars creature was merely a rock. On the other hand, Disclose TV brought up some interesting insights during the debate.

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