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[Non-Ceph?] Looking for Fossils on Mars

Architeuthoceras

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See all the GMSS sign in this foto :shock:
 
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Jean , if the sandworms are parasites, GMSS is leaning towards being a tad 'normous !! I always found lecturers a bit picky personally & go on & on about the same stuff.

Architeuthoceras, that's some 'scope you've got ! :notworth:
I prostrate myself before your superior aperture :cyclops:

Jean, look, tracks everywhere !!
It's quite obvious that someone has been living on Mars as NASA appear to know the names of all the Martian features before they've even been.
They treat us like we're idiots :x
 

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I thought you chaps might be interested to see the latest colour image from Opportunity.
 

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Further proof of the existence of the Giant Martian Sand Squid.

The picture on the left is a photo of an area of Mars taken by Mariner 9 that appears to show sucker marks. Notice the resemblance to a section of Sperm Whale skin displaying Architeuthis scars on the right?

 

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I've been telling peopel for years that there was life on mars and they all thought I was mad :bonk: but I get the last laff :lol:

J
 

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