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Nestled in the Gusev crater appears to be a round broken shell that could be ‘evidence of Mars having an ocean with living creatures’ seen in images from the Nasa Curiosity Rover.
This is the second sighting of a sea shell this week‘I found this shell back in 2012 in Gusev crater in a false color Nasa photo, but came across it again this week but in an all new photo I have never seen before,’ Martian researcher Scott C Waring shared on UFO Sightings Daily regarding the find in an image from Nasa's Curiosity rover.
‘The evidence of Mars having a ocean with living creatures grows.' The ‘shell’ is seen circled in an image from the red planet, as it lays among what appears to be rocks This is the second supposed sea shell on Mars, as Waring shared a claim of another ‘ancient sea shell’. This also explains the three different boats we have found last year.‘I do feel Nasa went overboard with their 2 billion dollar fishing equipment to catch this one, but its defiantly worth mounting on the wall. Lets see how Nasa gets off the hook with this one, shall we?
Published in the journal Science, the research estimates that, in total, what is now the planet’s arid northern plains would have contained at least 12.4 million cubic miles (20 million cubic kilometres) of water.‘Our study provides a solid estimate of how much water Mars once had, by determining how much water was lost to space,’ said Dr Geronimo Villanueva, first author of the paper and a scientist at Nasa’s Goddard Space Flight Center.
One fossilized fish in particular was spotted back in January by Waring in an image and despite criticizing the agency for overspending on their ‘fishing’ trip, he claims this is one ‘worth mounting on the wall.’ "The shell is round and the top of the shell was thinner so its been broken away, but the ouster rim still exists,’ explains Waring on his blog.