Heck, I get those in my own back yard, and I don't know how they got there. Something Geological I assumed. Dug one up once, it was only about six inches deep, but the soil was much less dense than what it is on the surface. Some kind of shifting perhaps. Or an insect I haven't seen.
It's a possibility I guess. But highly unlikely. But as Ive said, if there is life on Mars it would have to be subterranean. I would be focussing on those caverns. As a former spelunker, I've found lakes and ponds in those caves.The planet Mars is full of life
But what do you think about the things tunnelling between stones?
Could be some kind of worms. There is here on Earth. But Mars ??? That's a very hostile environment for anything. Especially out in the open like that. But we still know very little about that planet, only what our machines have been able tell us anything. Those sand pits have caused one our rovers to get stuck. But I'm still leaning on those caves, ours are full of life in some of the most remote areas on Earth. And the temperature stays just about the same year round.But burrowing along between stones, a couple of inches below the surface? More like Martian Mice than bacteria???
Mars has anomalies that's for sure. But life ? That's highly questionable. Personally I don't think it dose, but I wish it did. That would be exciting to say the least. We haven't seen any evidence of life, past or present. My big sister said if I were able to ever go to Mars , I would head of to the closest cave lol.The planet Mars is full of life
IS . . . . . . full . . . . . . ?????????
Anyone really think so?? IS FULL ???