Scientists have suggested that Mars was inhabited and similar to England

In search of evidence that life on Mars might have existed in the past, researchers from the Imperial College of London studied acid springs in the English county of Dorset. In these streams, the remains of microorganisms that in the past could have survived on the Red Planet have been discovered. As experts note, the dried up streams around the Gulf of St. Oswald remind Mars even externally. They acquire a reddish hue due to hematite – iron oxide, which also includes Martian sands. Today it is believed that in the past there was a lot of water on Mars in liquid form, a small part of which has since become ice, and a large part has evaporated and flown into space, as the rarefied atmosphere could not hold it… (read more)