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The above fifth and sixth black and white images demonstrate a A–B comparison between the Mars forest and lake evidence and the same type of evidence from Earth. Both represent multiple water lakes surrounded by dense bio-life forests growing right up to the edges of the lakes. The difference is that the Earth lake water is a bit clearer and less occluded than these particular Mars lakes.
Also, the Earth forests are made up of a considerable variety of tree life merging together while the Mars much more uniform appearing forest seems to be made up of the same kind of bio-life species that is also a bit larger from object to object and more evenly spaced apart. This may suggest that the Mars forest is very old growth where one species over a great span of time has come to dominate the available terrain. The Earth image is of Japan's Shiretoko National Park and was brought to my attention by a long time supporter from Australia who prefers to remain anonymous.