A hole that looks like an ‘alien bug-eyed head’, was spotted on Mars by NASA in the location where the Viking 1 probe landed on 1975, the Metro reported.
UFO hunters have dubbed the find the 'Chryse Alien Head'. The Mars Global Surveyor made the discovery.
The bizarre looking hole could have been caused by an asteroid impact. However, the eyes could have been formed during a flood in Mars' mysterious history or by water erosion.
The photo was released in 2005 and is back in the spotlight because of a recent article by UFO hunter Scott C Waring, who believes it to be a "monumental carving of an extraterrestrial being", the report revealed.
A British tabloid likened the crater to the Cerne Abbas Giant, a famous chalk figure on a hill near the Cerne Abbas village in Dorset, England.
For a more scientific explanation, NASA said in an official statement, "The two odd depressions at the north end of the crater (the ‘eyes’) may have formed by wind or water erosion."
Adding, "This region has been modified by both processes, with water action occurring in the distant past via floods that poured across western Chryse Planitia from Maja Valles, and wind action common occurrence in more recent history."