posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 05:30 PM
Originally posted by Arken
Curiosity's images from Mars deserve always a deeper analisys, but in this case, I think that the things are quite clear. From the sands of this dry
river emerge something that resemble a fossilized Crocodile Head .
At the bottom of the Sol 141 there is something
incredible that confirm that Curiosity NASA Rover it is walking and exploring an ancient dry Martian river or lake. I think that a Paleontologist
Thanks Arken! I always find it interesting looking at the topography of Mars. I kind of see what you are talking about, but, comparing those
close-ups and then going back to your original larger link, it just looks like rocks. However, I will say that when I do look at the larger picture, I
notice ridges and can entertain the thought of an ancient river bed once.
Also found this interesting right in the middle of the larger picture below:
Middle of your picture
EDIT: When you open on the larger pic, you just have to click on it once to make it even larger.
edit on 9-1-2013 by ItDepends because: Just added explanation