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NASA proof of aliens? Did NASA photograph a flying bird on Mars? UFO expert stunned

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Well-known alien life hunter and UFO conspiracy theorist Scott C Waring took to his etdatabase.com blog to broadcast his outlandish claims.

Either animals exist on Mars or … the rover might not be on Mars at all, but on Devon Island

Scott Waring

He wrote: “This flying bird on Mars was found by Marcelo Irazusta who actually found a bird flying across the surface of Mars captured last week by the Curiosity Rover!

“This is impossible, and yet, there it is … captured in a photo on a NASA website.

“The Curiosity Rover has a 13 minute delay from the time they push the keys on Earth to the time rover gets it.

“So if this is a large bird, then it was taken by accident and was probably not in that area for long.PROMOTED STORY

NASA Mars Curiosity Rover flying bird photograph

NASA proof of aliens? A UFO hunter claims to have spotted a bird in flight on Mars (Image: NASA/Getty)

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NASA proof of aliens? The so-called sighting is little more than a black speck (Image: NASA)

“Of course it could be a UFO – aliens like to use nature to inspire their structures and ships.’

The so-called sighting is little more than a black speck showing up against a great sky in the black and white photograph taken on Sol 2446.

Mr Waring speculated about the potential ramifications of such a dubious find.

He wrote: “It looks like a soaring eagle … which if this is true, it may mean one of two things.

“Either animals exist on Mars or – and I hate this idea, but it needs to be considered – the rover might not be on Mars at all, but on Devon island in Canada.

Source www.express.co.uk

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