and heres a bit about the dolphin....
VI: Artistic imagery
34. “Seahorse”: This familiar shape appears in an area of Cydonia just below an apparent artistic image of a “waterfall”, and in immediate
proximity (in other images) to shapes associated with aquatic organisms and underwater scenes: a “fish”, a “crab”, and the “dolphin”
below, among others. The context and relationships, rather than just the shape, are suggestive of an artificial origin. Source:
35. “Dolphin”: A second familiar shape from the aquatic area of cydonia. The shape just below the “dolphin” image shown may be a companion
36. “Scorpion”: In an apparent insect-like species area, we see this possible “scorpion” near a possible “spider” image (not shown). The
comparison figure reveals that detail in the “stinger”, “body”, and “claws” may be seen. Source: .
37. “Animal with antlers”: This shape has broken lines, suggesting windblown sand covering it in places. Nearby shapes are present, but not
easily recognizable as anything familiar, perhaps because they too are partially covered by sand. Source: .
38. “Small animal”: This has the appearance of a distinct animal shape, with legs, body, head, eye, and possibly horns. The inset is a guide to
the eye to evaluate the actual image from Mars on the left. Source: www.msss.com...
39. “Bird”: In a different part of the same strip image that contains the preceding “small animal”, we see this familiar shape too. The body
markings are rich in detail, and suggestive of “feathers”. Eventual color images will determine if colors are appropriate for the artificial
interpretation. Colors that stay consistent within lines is something unlikely to happen by chance. Source: www.msss.com...
40. “Scene”: This artistic image is so rich in detail that, when sections are magnified, multiple interpretations are possible. The advanced
artists who did this, assuming it is artificial, may have intended that the appearance change with viewing angle or lighting. Source:
41. “Child”: Located immediately adjacent to the main Cydonia Face on its north side, this proximity supports intelligent layout of Cydonia
shapes. While very low in contrast (presumably because of overblown sand), the lines and darkened areas comprising this figure are complete, with few,
if any, random lines. Source: .
42. “Nefertiti face”: One needs to study this image with an excellent monitor and good imaging software to see the amazing degree of detail
present. For example, even features as small as the eyelashes over the eye, visible in the artist’s inset, come from the actual Mars image, and
involve no artistic license. Source: barsoom.msss.com...
43. “Profile face”: With forehead, eye, nose, mouth, chin, neck, and ear, this profile of a face (also in the Cydonia area) shows that his
nearby, more famous cousin is by no means the only significant face portrayal on Mars, or even in the Cydonia region. Source: .
44. “Crowned face”: While not near the Cydonia area, this face portrayal is again striking for the richness of its detail, far better than the
typical face arising in clouds or geological formations on Earth. The latter tend to be distorted and grotesque when they are more than simply
impressionistic. Source: www.msss.com...