In an image captured by the mobile research unit “Opportunity,” a peculiar Martian creature, unmistakably moving on four legs, is clearly visible. This suggests that on the Red Planet, it appears that more than just winds and solar storms are in motion.
Certainly, NASA will likely make an effort to convince the global community that this is merely an optical illusion, a result of interference during photography, or perhaps even nonsense. However, for those who closely monitor the activities of the rovers on Mars, there’s a sense of amazement at the abundance of such “optical illusions” on the Red Planet. Is it mere coincidence that peculiar objects like falling eggs, unmistakably man-made artifacts, UFO sightings, and even an occasional shadow from behind the rover repeatedly find their way into the frame? Doesn’t this frequent occurrence on Mars challenge the conventional notion of it being a “lifeless planet”?
A photo from open sources
Why must we persist in portraying Mars as an uninhabited world? It appears that NASA, like many U.S. authorities when it comes to UFOs, follows a similar pattern. They either feign ignorance as if nothing is happening, attempt to offer simplistic explanations for the most unusual occurrences, or opt to classify information without any accompanying commentary.
And the animal runs on the surface of Mars, and nothing …