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Native Martians Edit
Several native Martian creatures, such as the Ice Warriors, evolved on Mars, (TV: The Ice Warriors) as did many other Martian lifeforms, such as Martian fungi. (TV: The Seeds of Death) There were two sentient indigenous species on Mars: (PROSE: The Face-Eater) the Ice Warriors and the Gandorans. (AUDIO: Lords of the Red Planet) There was also a native virus present on Mars. (TV: The Waters of Mars)
Human Martians Edit
By the 22nd century, Mars had been colonised by humans, who, according to one account, pushed the native Ice Warriors into poverty. (PROSE: Fear Itself) Another account claimed that humanity had colonised Mars unimpeded when — in the words of Harold — after "something to do with T-Mat on the Moon", "centuries" before the 23rd century, a whole fleet of Ice Warriors were — according to what Gregson Grenville had learnt in school — "all melted when their invasion fleet spiralled into the sun".
Many humans considered themselves "Martian" after colonisation, as there came a point when humans were regularly being born there. Vel Karneen, commander of Space Army, identified himself as a Martian, for instance (PROSE: The Secret of the Mountain) — as did the second-in-command of the ADF, Reb Shavron. (PROSE: Terror Task Force)
- For a more detailed history of human colonisation of Mars, see the separate article on Mars.
Martian droids Edit
As colloquialism Edit
Prior to colonisation, many humans simply interchanged the word Martian for the term alien — much like "flying saucer" was used as a generic term for alien spacecraft. For example, Donna Noble referred to the Tenth Doctor as a Martian before understanding he was, in fact, a Time Lord. (TV: The Runaway Bride) Likewise, Lucie Miller suggested to Eighth Doctor that she could be a Martian if she was alien. (AUDIO: Blood of the Daleks)
Misidentified Martians Edit
Ostensibly because of this penchant to imagine Mars as a likely source of alien life, some humans occasionally misidentified other species for Martians, just as Donna had done with the Tenth Doctor. (TV: The Runaway Bride)
Behind the scenes Edit
Daleks Versus the Martians Edit
The non-DWU story Daleks Versus the Martians featured Dr. Who, Susan and Louise from the movies, Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D., encountering a different species of native Martians to those encountered by the Doctor in the Doctor Who universe.