A self-professed UFO expert has claimed to have found a "tomb entrance" on the surface of Mars – similar to those built of Egyptian pharaohs.

Scott C. Waring took to his YouTube channel for UFO Sightings Daily to share what he believes is "100% proof that alien life once lived on Mars".

In the video, he analyses the footage and compares the one-foot-tall doorway to Rameses' tomb in ancient Egypt – and sensationally believes they are for 8-inch tall creatures he believes he has spotted on the Red Planet previously.

He explained: "Mars has so much proof of ancient alien life on it. Look at these recent photos taken by the rover this week.

"Two photos show a doorway into the hillside. The entrance looks very similar to the ancient Egyptian entrances in Vally of the Kings in Egypt.

"This doorway is about two X the size of the people I have reported finding on Mars over the last decade…which vary from 8 inches to 12 inches tall.

"With so much concrete evidence (no pun intended) I don't know how archaeologists could deny such things. I mean, archaeologists became what they are for the passion they have at cracking the mystery of life at different stages.

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"Mars…is proof of life so early it goes beyond anything the Earth has to offer. 100% proof that ancient intelligent species once lived and thrived on Mars."

The fans of the Taiwan-based expert were convinced by his theory as one commenter wrote: "If only a foot tall, I wonder if it's a ventilation shaft for something underground…"

Another added: "I can't disagree that it looks like a doorway and that it definitely looks similar to Ramses Tomb door. You aren't wrong about that."

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A third said: "Very interesting to say the least, strange and wonderful all at the same time. Thank you, Scott!"

But others believe that Scott has doctored the image, as one user said: "The stairs are still showing through the airbrushing."

Another added: "I don’t wanna be that guy but I feel like it’s shopped."

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