An 'alien fossil' that apparently 'looks like Shrek' has been snapped by cameras on NASA's Mars rover.

The images, which were taken on November 3, 2021 by Mast Camera (Mastcam) onboard NASA's Mars rover Curiosity on Sol 3284, show a bunch of scattered rocks across the surface of the red planet.

But among them was a collection of rocks resembling the round face of the famous animated ogre, alien enthusiasts have claimed.

Analysing the pictures on UFO Sightings Daily, Scott C. Waring said: "The face is more like from the movie Shrek, big rounded, troll-like. It's clearly has a lot of human features. Its eye ridges are massive and its nose is several times our own. Its upper lip is extending farther than its lower lip.

"Its cheeks long, its ear behind the eye ridge. It even appears to have a muscle wrinkle at the mouth edge…a smile line from so much smiling perhaps."

The ET expert claims the face is an ''alien fossil' as he claims the unique detail ruled out it being a sculpture.

However, it seemed very well preserved for a face that has been hidden on the red planet for as long as it has been – but he has an explanation for that too.

He added: "If an alien species has more than 3 strands of DNA, it would actually harden the skin, muscles, bones…making them more compact, more difficult to break down in the environment

"The more strands of DNA the species has, the less it will break down. The face is only about 2 inches or 4cm across. Very small, yet only 1/2 meter from the rover itself."

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The news comes after a video of an "alien" knocking over furniture on a farm has resurfaced leaving conspiracy theorists believing is one of the "most conclusive" pieces of proof of extraterrestrial life.

The blurry footage, taken in the rural area of Alberta in Canada, on June 7, 2010, left viewers baffled after they saw a human figure with "metallic skin" wandering on a farm.

Truth-seeker Scott Waring, who publishes bizarre speculations on his website UFO Sightings Daily, believed the clip was genuine given it was taken "five years before people started uploading fake UFO videos on the internet".

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