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LONDON: All the ingredients that support life were present just below the surface of Mars for much of the red planet's history, a new study has claimed. However, instead of hosting little green men, our celestial neighbour was likely inhabited by simple microorganisms.
The study led by the Natural History Museum, with the University of Aberdeen, found that all the ingredients for life were present just below the planet's surface for much of its history, the 'Daily Mail' reported.
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