Mars ‘Spiders’ possibly covered in Plant Life

This photograph (ESP_012075_1015) was taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) HiRISE Camera on 22 February 2009.

NASA describes this photograph as “Possible Hydration.”

In this presentation I present a theory that these dark areas or spots on the surface of Mars might be a form of plant-life covering so-called “Spiders” on the Martian surface.

I speculate that the “plant life” shown might be a type of moss as or a type of very fine leaf plant, perhaps something like a fern.

Mars 'Spiders' possibly covered in Plant Life
Mars ‘Spiders’ possibly covered in Plant Life (click for larger image)
Mars 'Spiders' possibly covered in Plant Life - Zoom I
Mars ‘Spiders’ possibly covered in Plant Life – Zoom I (click for larger image)
Mars 'Spiders' possibly covered in Plant Life - Zoom II
Mars ‘Spiders’ possibly covered in Plant Life – Zoom II (click for larger image)

Original NASA sources:

https://hirise.lpl.arizona.edu/ESP_012075_1015

http://viewer.mars.asu.edu/planetview/inst/moc/M0804688

https://www.uahirise.org/ESP_020914_0930

I downloaded the HiRise B&W Map-Projected JP2 file to view these anomalies.

Some have speculated that similar MOC photographs taken in the past show what might be trees as seen from above.

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