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UFO hunters spot lizard-like animal on Mars

Alright, imagine you're about to start a big adventure, like stepping into a magical world filled with books, new friends, and exciting discoveries. That's what happened to Alex on their first day at university.

Alex had butterflies fluttering in their stomach as they walked through the gates of the university, feeling a mix of excitement and nervousness. They looked around and saw so many new faces—some smiling, some looking just as unsure as Alex felt.

Their heart raced as they found their way to the big lecture hall for their first class. The room was huge, with rows of desks and a towering screen at the front. Alex found a seat, feeling a bit overwhelmed by it all.

Can you see it?
A strange shape seen on a NASA Mars Rover camera is being compared to the image of the face-hugger creature from the 1979 horror movie “Alien,” directed by Ridley Scott and starring Sigourney Weaver.


Alien hunting on Mars is a lot like spotting shapes among clouds; nothing is real, but it sure is fun.

Scott Waring of recently posted a picture of what appears to be a chameleon-looking lizard on Mars.

In the original image from NASA, the “lizard” is a lot harder spot, almost like an extreme game of “Where’s Waldo?”

The so-called discovery adds yet another entry into the long list of exotic wildlife spotted on Mars, which has brought a heated debate among tin-foiled alien hunters.

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