Date of sighting: Oct 11, 2012
Location of sighting: Mars Sol 65

Here is a cocoon on Mars. The discarded outer skin of an insect or small animal sits in a Sol 65 (day 65) photo taken by the Curiosity rover back in 2012. It measures 1.3cm long or half an inch is what NASA states below the photo. The skin itself closely resembles that of a butterfly cocoon and very possible is. What I mean to say is that NASA could have brought some butterfly cocoons to Mars to see how they hatch and fly away...and how long they live. If this is true, then the butterflies had time to fly away before death. Now just because NASA says there is a low oxygen level on mars, doesn't mean its totally true. Also it could be an reptile skin, because the dry environment is perfect for a lizard or snake species. I already proved a dozen times over that water exists on Mars and showed running water just a few meters from the Curiosity if even a trickle of water exists on Mars...there will be life. 
Scott C. Waring 

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