Seashells On Mars?
Images of "seashells" have been captured by Nasaâ€™s Curiosity rover; could be evidence ancient ocean once had life.
16:43 02 August 2016
Mars used to have an ocean that held more water than our Artic Sea and recent images taken by Nasa’s Curiosity rover could provide proof that life has once inhabited the ancient sea – seashells.
Nestled in the dust of the Gusev crater, the round broken sea shell, which is the second sighting of a sea shell this week, could be proof that life did exist on the red planet, conspiracy theorists have claimed.
Martian researcher Scott C Waring, said: ‘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,’
‘The sea shell is still there and had not been edited out’.
"The shell is round and the top of the shell was thinner so its been broken away, but the ouster rim still exists,’
‘The evidence of Mars having a ocean with living creatures grows."
Nasa’ Curiosity rover has landed on the surface of the red planet on August 6, 2012 and since then, it has reported minor traces of water still running on the surface.
The second supposed ancient sea shell on Mars was spotted on July 23, 2016.
‘This is more proof that an ocean once existed on Mars and that it did have life on it,’ he writes.
‘This combined with many other sea shell find I have made and the fossil fish all prove this fact’.