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Martian



An extraterrestrial life form that originates on the planet Mars. Science fiction has used the concept of alien invaders from Mars in movies for decades including H.G Wells' War of the Worlds.

It is thought that eventually that humans will become the real Martians when we send people there in a future mission to the red planet.

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