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Extraterrestrial: Trees Spotted on Mars

Date: 24 May, 2010.

Place: Martian surface.

Scott C. Waring is without any doubt one of the most renowned UFO researchers on the internet. His website called UFO Sightings Daily receives hundreds of visits per day, since it is one of the best sources of information about extraterrestrial life. 

On this page, Mr Waring has published dozens of reports on Mars’s unusual features caught by spacecraft and rovers.

One of the most interesting ones is dated on 24 May, 2010, when he announced the discovering of a group of trees in a photo taken by NASA.  The image displays a group of long, dark structures that resemble bushes or trees. “The trees are standing up and break off into smaller branches, very similar to cactus here on Earth”, Mr Waring stated.

The UFO specialist also added that unfortunately “this is a subject that has been ignored for a long time”. “Many UFO researchers found trees on Mars about 5-6 years back, but nothing ever came of it”, he continued.

Mr Waring is also convinced that this images support the possibility of finding vegetal life on Mars. “It is absolute proof that plant life exists on Mars”, he affirmed.

Draw your own conclusions…

For further information: http://www.ufosightingsdaily.com/2016/05/trees-found-growing-on-mars-in-nasa.html

Trees Found Growing On Mars In NASA Photo HD, May 2016, Video, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: May 24, 2010

Location of discovery: Mars

Source photo: http://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/PSP_007962_2635

This is a subject that has been long ignored for a long time. Many UFO researches found trees on Mars about 5-6 years back, but nothing ever came of it. This is one of my favorite videos from back then.

The trees are standing up and break off into smaller branches, very similar to cactus here on Earth. A cactus can survive incredible temperatures and last a long time without water, these may be cactus.  It is absolute proof that plant life exists on Mars.

Scott C. Waring

www.ufosightingsdaily.com