Lizard Found On Mars PLUS Other Martian Nonsense

On May 30, 2013 by Lazer Horse

Lizard Found On Mars By Curiosity Rover

A photo went up on UFO Sightings Daily Blog the other day which “shows” a lizard on Mars. Before you laugh too hard, look at the picture below, then you can have a good long laugh. It just looks like a rock?

The picture was taken by Curiosity Rover and some (well, at least one person) are saying that NASA left it there as an experiment. Now there’s a few issues with that, firstly the atmosphere on Mars is mostly carbon dioxide, nitrogen and argon, so the poor critter won’t be able to breath. Secondly the temperature on Mars goes from a balmy 27 degrees C down to -107, which is a touch too nippy for a lizard. Thirdly, it’s a rock:

Lizard Found On Mars By Curiosity Rover - Photo

UPDATE: IGUANA FOUND ON MARS

Lizard Found On Mars By Curiosity Rover - Photo Blown Up

While I was visiting the blog I thought I may as well see what other doozies he had up his sleeve. The first one I came across was a “mother ship” hovering above a crater on the moon. This ship is apparently 10km long, so quite a biggy…. seems a bit fuzzy round the edges though? According to the blog’s author, it’s the same shape as the Star Trek Enterprise, it isn’t is it though?

UFO That Looks Like Star Trek Voyager Found On Moon

Next up, they found a squirrel on Mars too! This is the best one, and you can see the original NASA image here if you don’t believe them. It sort of does look like some kind of rodent. But… it isn’t.

Squirrel On Mars - Nasa Rover Photo

So the squirrel is my favourite, and these last two are my least favourite. Whoever writes this blog isn’t even trying. Apparently the top one is a giant caterpillar alien, and the bottom one is a statue of a reptilian figure wearing a crown?? Balderdash:

Giant Caterpillar Alien on Mars

UFO on Mars Woman Shaped Thing

RUSSIA’S SPACE AGENCY JOINS INSTAGRAM

METEORITE HITS ARGENTINA

NASA SUN BLAST FOOTAGE

RUSSIAN REACTION TO METEORITE

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