A UFO hunter claimed to have found water on Mars, according to his latest blog post.

In his newest entry of UFO Sightings Daily, Scott Waring claimed to have found evidence of running water in one of NASA's Curiosity Rover's photos on the red planet. In the photo, a darkened trail stark against the light colored sand can be seen below the rocks inside the hills lining the "Gale Crater."

NASA had never said they had discovered sources of flowing water on Mars, though they have reported evidence of dark streaks that could be caused by intermittent water flows. NASA has also recently discovered presence of hydrated minerals in the Hale Crater region.

"We found the hydrated salts only when the seasonal features were widest, which suggests that either the dark streaks themselves or a process that forms them is the source of the hydration," NASA said in a statement last Sept. 28. Their findings, NASA added, suggest that it is most likely that water is responsible for these streaks.

Waring said that NASA planned to keep the Curiosity Rover's discovery of flowing water on Mars a secret and is trying to cover up these findings, but thanks to the efforts of UFO hunters, keeping it quiet is no longer possible.

"Sure NASA says its to far way for the rover to explore...they cannot do what the public wants, that they have a mission follow," Waring wrote in his post. "[B]ut honestly, NASA is really neck deep in their lies to the public."

Waring also believes that the amount of water found based on the photos is enough to sustain a race of tiny aliens, who then could be responsible for the presence of statues, walls and other structures other UFO hunters discovered on Mars.

Aside from flowing water, UFO hunters claimed to have also found evidence of archaeological structures and other proofs of life forms in Mars. Artifacts like statues, head carvings of famous figures, space ship ruins, remains of what could have been aliens and apparitions have been spotted by vigilant hunters from photos taken by NASA's rovers on Mars.

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