Is this evidence of plant life on Mars?

This photograph (ESP_023164_1020) was taken by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) HiRISE Camera on 06 July 2011.

NASA describes this photograph as “A Forest of Channels on the South Polar Layered Deposits.”

I discovered what I speculate looks like plant-like life forms on Mars consisting of what may be roots on the surface as well as up above the surface. They don’t look like channels but rather something on top of the surface.

They are uniformly spaced and look like virtual copies of each other. Is there some intelligence behind this phenomena?

There is also a lot of green in the photo, is this natural or did NASA chose that colour?

Is this evidence of plant life on Mars?
Is this evidence of plant life on Mars? (click for larger image)

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I downloaded the HiRise Merged RGB Map-Projected JP2 file to view these anomalies.

Are these natural geological formations or perhaps evidence of some type of plant life? NASA might have given us a clue by using the word “Forest” in the photo description.

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