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Was there life on Mars? Planet's rocks 'may hold evidence of buried lifeforms'

Researchers have discovered rocks that could contain the fossilised remains of ancient life on early Mars.

The team made their discovery in the ancient rocks of Nili Fossae on the planet’s surface, which they say are almost identical to rocks in the Pilbara region of north-west Australia where some of the earliest evidence of life on Earth has been preserved.

The findings could mean that is evidence of living organisms on Mars around 4 billion years ago buried on the planet's surface.

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