M-A-3D said, "In your ET data point, I see the image 'as a whole" which looks familiar in respect to an anthropomorphic "shape" but I do not see any individual parts which are stricking even though the proportions appear anatomically correct. This does not pass my evaluation process, but it's a good find and worthy of deep analysis for sure".
Thanks for your comments!!! Well, you are not the only one who "doesn't see it" for what is presented. From my view, every "seeable" component of that ET body is correct........except for what is easily seen as "its head"! Now its head is seemingly totally alien, in form/shape - what we can see as the head is specifically triangular shaped and has some sort of formed expansion on top of the "head" - really weird looking for what we assume as "earth normal"!! Of course, we do not know whether what we see in the "head area" is all natural head growth, or is it a combination of some sort of breathing apparatus with a head under it.
This ET object anomaly is very small/seeable in the original unmagnified photos, even with the NASA Rover shooting at significant distance from an adjacent cape. So, IMO this anomaly is not an error result caused by photo magnification
But, even if we do accept the assumption that this Mars ET is an alien reality, we can't know from a photo if it is a natural life-form, or an object of artificial intelligence.