Research Article of International Journal of Natural Science and Reviews
Ancient extinct life forms fossilized through volcanism in sedimented rivers and other plains of Mars
The use of rules laid in earlier articles of the author allows to isolate the remains of life forms on Mars. All of these life forms have perished in volcanic eruptions. Pyroclastic flows, mudslides and the lava fill-up of underwater caves are shown to have killed by surprise the animals. The violence of the event allows conservation of the remains, as the covering by tuf, lava, hot mud, allows the casting of rock molds. An early observation of a femur in 2014 was discarded as result of erosion. This finding comes together with a skull cast in stone. It is indeed a skull and a femur – this can be validated ex-post by crossing with the findings of the author in an earlier article and these new ones.
Keywords: Ancient extinct life forms fossilized; volcanism; sedimented rivers; Mars
How to cite this article:
Florent Pirot. Ancient extinct life forms fossilized through volcanism in sedimented rivers and other plains of Mars. International Journal of Natural Science and Reviews, 2021; 6:18. DOI: 10.28933/ijnsr-2021-07-0905
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