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SEASHELL
 
Another pottery shard on Mars or a broken seashell? Eggshell? Broken silicate bubble? Without a doubt, this item is distinctly different from the surrounding basalts.  This one is found at sol 913 (spirit):

 

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"icblue" of the ATS forum discovered another interesting item.  This video shows the feature along with its nearby surroundings for comparison:

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Just to the right of this object is another seashell-like shape discovered by Sir Charles of xenotechresearch:
 
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Here are the two in context with one another:
 
 
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Here are a couple from Spirit sol 29:

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If you find any seashell shapes on Mars, please post them at the forum: 
 
 
 Special thanks to icblue, Sir Charles, and jimthehermit.
 
Raw Images Courtesy of NASA and ESA.  Special thanks to EVERYONE who has contributed in the search for Mars anomalies.  Also thanks to Google, Picasa, ImageShack, and Photobucket. 
 
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