Is this a living rodent on Mars? It is indeed, as the outline of the head and shoulder, placement of the eye and ear, and shadows under the cheeks and beneath the body show. If Mars itself only evolved to the level of moss and bugs, worms in the soil, how and when did these rodents arrive? We have recently confirmed the skeletal head of a sheep on the Mar’s landscape, brought to Mars by the Annunaki so they could have meat during their long stay between passages of their home planet, Nibiru (aka Planet X). Though their herds were expected to graze, they brought grain and nuts and dried fruits, which invariably have rodents if only tiny and young. Rodents can live on moss and bugs and worms, which are good protein, and are very adaptable, and live there still!