Alien 'Kiwi Bird' Found On Mars
A New Zealander following the travels of Nasa's Mars rover Curiosity has unearthed possible evidence of a Kiwi hiding on the red planet.
Ned Walker, a New Zealander living in Australia, said he was surprised at the find, but it was unmistakable.
"I have a huge interest in the Mars Curiosity Rover and I like to look at the raw images Nasa uploads onto its site each day from the rover's cameras.
‘‘I was amazed to find in today's raw images what can only be described a Kiwi."
Walker thought the "monumental find", would be of interest to all New Zealanders.
The picture shows a shadow cast by a martian rock that looks like the very distinctive native New Zealand bird.
The rover Curiosity landed on Mars in August so has only just started beaming images from the surface back to Earth.
It's older brother, Opportunity, has been on the planet since 2004.
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Coolerman wrote October 4, 2012 6:49:18 PM CEST
Come on......some people take lsd or what ?
-Marduk- wrote October 3, 2012 1:13:42 AM CEST
Germanpils wrote October 3, 2012 1:03:29 AM CEST
WOW even savwafair's threads seem more legit than this BS
curiosity wrote October 3, 2012 12:53:24 AM CEST
statik wrote October 2, 2012 11:11:55 PM CEST
WTF.... waste of time
Capsule001 wrote October 2, 2012 8:02:35 PM CEST
Throw your ditry laundry in a pile in the corner of a room and see how many faces you can see in it.
The brain is hard wired to see images from your imagination.
Boatman wrote October 2, 2012 11:47:08 AM CEST
Groan! Shakes head