05 January 2019 Posted By : Sean Martin

Alien fossils discovered on Mars is ‘proof’ of extraterrestrials - shock claim

The hunt for aliens has been ongoing for centuries but so far experts have had no luck. However, one UFO hunting enthusiast believes he now has conclusive evidence that life does reside elsewhere in the solar system. While browsing through Gigapan – a hi-res image sharing platform – prominent alien hunter Scott C waring believes he found three different fossil type on the surface of the Red Planet.

One of the fossil-species Mr Waring claims to have found is of a cactus-like plant while another he claims is that of a skull which has similarities to a tiger.

The third is the most intriguing, according to Mr Waring, as he says it is a skull of a species which is “intelligent and semi-human-like”.

The alien hunting enthusiast wrote on his website UFO Sightings Daily: “I was looking in a Gigapan photo of Mars and found some interesting things.

“One object was a cactus-like plant with a round flower on it. The other two objects were the skulls and necks of two different alien species.

“One skull looks to be intelligent and semi-human like. The other appears to be very similar to a tiger. Now please keep in mind, that these are fossils.

“Many people make the mistake and say how could a fossil survive for so long? Because fossils are made of minerals from nature.

“The minerals replace 100 percent of the body with themselves and leave a remaining fossil made 100 percent out of stone.”

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The apparent cactus-fossil on Mars (Image: UFO SIGHTINGS DAILY)

However, sceptics and NASA would say the fossil and other similar findings are just the effects of pareidolia – a psychological phenomenon when the brain tricks the eyes into seeing familiar objects or shapes in patterns or textures such as a rock surface.

This would mean that the Martian 'fossil' are likely just misshapen rocks.

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