Location of discovery: Gale Crater, Mars
Photo source: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl/multimedia/raw/?rawid=0710MR0030150150402509E01_DXXX&s=710
Here is an interesting Bear-like face I found a while back. I came across it again and noticed that it was actually two faces not just one. Its an interesting art technique that I see a lot in the faces they make. They often have two or more faces pushed side by side or overlapping one another. Now I know you can see the first face without the crown. It looks similar to a bear wit pointy ears. The second face however will be very hard to see at first. Its a side view (green face) only and is looking right. It may be a reptilian face, but impossible to tell for sure.
Scott C. Waring