Right this minute, the Mars Rover Curiosity is running around on the red planet and analyzing a bunch of rocks ... maybe for evidence of water ... maybe for evidence of life ... all operated by remote control 35-to-250 million miles away. Big whoop, NASA; we've got this swirling, multi-colored, metallic putty called Mars Mud. This novelty toy is almost as good and it has Mars in its name. You can stretch it and shape it and roll it up. It bounces. It comes in its own clear plastic container. It might even be sentient, reaching out to us through an advanced language of slurpy, squishy sounds.
Multi-Colored Metallic Rainbow Of Martian Mud
Shape Into A Ball And Bounce It Around
Assortment: Four Colors
Stretchy, Jiggly, Bouncy Iridescent Putty; Not Slime