ES, Reply 10: LOL.
The funny thing is that among the many thousands of possibilities, I'm still not ruling out that this was a manufactured stuffed animal toy - dressed in clothes, (however unlikely that may be).
Hopefully, some geology guys will join the discussion with some other possibilities to examine which explains this odd object.
I would like to see some darker rocks (lavas?) with lips forming like lapels. This is not the first object like this I have seen on Mars. Are there earth examples of the same which are geologically explained?
I think if there are earth examples of this type of object - even if they are volcanically formed rocks - that there should be a museum housing them. This really is quite curious. I would think a rock specimen - with a different material forming the head with such precision as this one - would certainly be worth in the tens of thousands of dollars if not more) to a museum which collects similar earth rocks.
Ripley's Believe it or Not, should collect rocks of this type for display.
Does anyone want to take the opposite side of this argument? (Thanks).