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PostSubject: Project 1- Mars   Sat 31 May 2008, 12:03 am

Mars was the first planet to be seeded with life after what later civilization wil come to call "The Great Loss". Starting from a Iron eating microb, life sets out on the long journey called evolution.

Current Mars:



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Atmosphere
  • 45.50% Carbon dioxide
  • 30.36% Oxygen
  • 19.61% Nitrogen
  • 1.6% Argon
  • 0.22% Water vapor
  • 0.01% Carbon monoxide

Landmass
  • 39% water
  • 61% land

Time
  • Day= 24 hours, 39 minutes, and 35.244 seconds
  • Year= 686.971 day

Rotation
  • Day= 25 hours, 15 minutes, and 10.5 seconds
  • Year= 692.2 days, or 17307 hours 55 min 6.135 sec
  • Axis=40.3 degrees

Terrain
  • highest temp= 130 F
  • lowest= -40 F
  • 45% water
  • 55% land

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Mars (pronounced [ˈmɑːz]) is the fourth planet from the Star in the Sol Solar System. The planet is named after Mars, the Roman god of war in human lore. It was also referred to as the "Red Planet" by the Humans because of its reddish appearance.

Mars is a terrestrial planet with a thick atmosphere, with many volcanoes, valleys, deserts, polar ice caps, lakes and oceans making up the surface. It is the site of Olympus Mons, the highest known mountain in the Sol Solar System, and of Valles Marineris, the former largest canyon that has since become a deep ocean trench. In addition to its geographical features, Marsí rotational period and seasonal cycles are likewise similar to those of old Earth.
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Starter:

Gillevinia straata *

(Gillevinia straata)

Planet: Mars

Status: Least Concern

Habitat: Martian coasts, Open ocean

Reproduction: Binary fission

Food sorce: Iron, photosynthesis

Size: Microscopic (1 Cell)
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The base creature for martian life. It was created by the last humans. It is well adapted to life at the martian shores. It suvives by eating the iron that is plentiful in the martian sand. with no other species who knows what it could evolve into...


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PostSubject: Mars-G2_00002 - Bestiolae ferrum   Tue 26 Aug 2008, 9:05 pm


(Bestiolae ferrum)

Planet: Mars

Gen: 2

Status: Least Concern

Habitat: Martian coasts, Martain Open Ocean

Reproduction: Binary fission

Food sorce: Consumer, Lithovoire

Size: Microscopic (Multicellular)
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Bestiolae ferrum split from it's ancestor. It evolved to live exclusively on the shores of the great mars sea, now much larger than it's ancestor, Gillevinia straata. It feeds mainly on iron it extracts from it's iron rich cousins but occasionally will eat in the soil if prey is scarce. Bestiolae ferrum has developed a translucent cell wall in order to blend in to it's environment so it can jump out and catch it's prey when feeding on them. They are acturally two organisms, both specialized to help eachother survive.


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PostSubject: Mars-G2_00003 - Ferrum essum   Tue 26 Aug 2008, 9:06 pm


(Ferrum essum)

Planet: Mars

Gen: 2

Status: Least Concern

Habitat: Martian coasts

Reproduction: Binary fission

Food sorce: Lithovore, Photosynthesis

Size: Microscopic (Multicellular)
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Ferrum essum split from it's ancestor for a more sedentary lifestyle. It evolved to live exclusively on the shores of the great mars sea. It feeds mainly on the iron in the soil, converting it into organic compound in it's complex and impressive organelle resembeling a modified mitocondria.
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PostSubject: Mars-G2_00004 - Carcer essum   Tue 26 Aug 2008, 9:09 pm


(Carcer essum)

Planet: Mars

Gen: 2

Status: Least Concern

Habitat: Martian Open Ocean

Reproduction: Mitosis

Food sorce: Cytovore

Size: Microscopic (unicellular)
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Ferrum essum split from it's ancestor for a more carnivous lifestyle. It has tripled in size but is still unicellular. It evolved to Survive on the pleniful iron in the organisms around. It feeds by grapping on to a organisms cell wall, then they impale it with their probe and suck out the cyroplasm.
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PostSubject: Re: Project 1- Mars   Tue 26 Aug 2008, 9:23 pm


(Carcer essum)

Planet: Mars

Gen: 2

Status: Least Concern

Habitat: Martian Open Ocean (Sea Floor)

Reproduction: Mitosis

Food sorce: Lithovoire

Size: Microscopic (unicellular)
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