Photo above is of iguana on Mars, upper has altered contrast to see eye, mouth, nose.
Date of discovery: November 2013
Location of discovery: Mars
Source: NASA Curiosity Rover, Sol 153
This week an iguana was found in not one, but three NASA photos taken by Curiosity. Outlandish...not by any means. To say its just a rock would be very closed minded to the evidence at hand.
1st off this is not the first animal found on Mars, actually there have been about 10-15 to date. I even found a rock that moved four times in four photos...then vanished on the fifth.
2nd, this mars iguana looks back and cocks its head in a manner fitting that of a...iguana.
3rd, not only does it have a body, but look closely and you will see its lower neck skin, its mouth line, nostril hole and even an open eye with a large brow over it. (I added contrast in the top mars lizard photo for you to see its eye and moot more easily).
Photo below shows normal iguanas on Earth
4th, if an animal were to live on the red planet, it would be logical that it would have to be small and tough enough to survive in its surroundings. And don't ask me what it eats...I don't live on Mars!
5th, this iguana is looking back...watching the Curiosity rover to see what its going to do.
6th, an iguana, at least on Earth, often do not drink much water in their life, but get their moisture from the air and their food source.
So you ask, does Mars have life on its surface? Yes, of course it does. Life exists on Mars and this is something the USA has tried to stop the rest of the countries from finding out. The US shot down Russian satellites that were sent to Mars...one while it was still in orbit around Earth about to leave. Click here to learn more about that.