... well, I'm assuming they are probably coincidences, but you be the judge.
Background. I was scanning through some of the various Mars photos that are in circulation, claiming to show weird things lying around on the red
planet, some of which are laughable, when I noticed apparent correlations between a few. So I'm posting them here for you to inspect.
I haven't sourced the original NASA photos, as it would be too difficult and time-consuming, so am taking it on trust that these are
all genuine. These pics are all taken from amateur sites, all of which are a bit 'excitable' on the subject.
The first two are a couple of images said by some to contain a 'lizard' and a 'rat' (sometimes given as 'squirrel').
But to me, they appear to show very similar objects. Check them out - ground-hugging elongated form, with 'leg-like' protruberances at the bottom, all
pointing forward like Turkish slippers, and (taking those protruberances as pointing toward a 'head') a remarkably similar profile at the front end.
(The back end of the 'rat/squirrel' is hidden behind a rock, unfortunately, so it's hard to say whether the resemblance continues)
First the 'lizard' (caveat: I suspect this image has been coloured-in to emphasise the feature in question):
Now the 'rat/squirrel':
Then there's the 'snake', which was the subject of a thread on ATS about a month ago. This one's a bit harder to dismiss.
Here's that photo again. Except, if you look carefully, you'll see that there are two
'snakes', quite close together.
Finally, here's another picture, sometimes called the 'exhaust pipe'/'tail pipe'. But in fact, it appears to be a similar phenomenon to the 'snakes'
in the picture immediately above. Something serpentine, curved and wavy-looking, is rearing up almost vertically in an anomalous way.
So there you have it. Separate photographs that might depict two types of Martian life-forms: a ground-hugging critter, and what for the sake of
simplicity we might call snakes.
Or (more likely) it's all just yet more bizarre coincidences, tricks of light and shadow. Anyway, I thought it interesting enough to share.
Make of it what you will.
edit on 24-10-2016 by audubon because: typos fixed