Yes, it's weird that it looks like a spoon. But lots of things in nature look like manmade objects, if you squint. What's really amazing about this pseudo-spoon is that it seems barely tethered to the ground. It's hard to imagine a similar feature existing on Earth -- with the top-heavy bowl of the spoon and the narrow handle, something would surely cause it to crumble.
It's a reminder of just how alien Mars really is -- and just how desolate. There's not a lot going on over there, and even if life once existed on the Red Planet, our rovers are the first potential disruptors of geological formations to come around in a long, long time.
So let's just hope we don't break any spoons.