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Topics: Scientists, Saturn, Ocean

Friday, 4 April 2014

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SAGINAW, Michigan - One of the most highly respected astrological observatories in the world has just made an unbelievable discovery.

Scientists at The Galileo Galilei Astrological Observatory in Saginaw, Michigan report that they have located an ocean on the planet Saturn that is bigger in size than Lake Superior.

A spokesperson for the Observatory Holly Swanstock stated that computer data shows that the water is salty, extremely wet, and tastes a little like chicken.

The water is categorized as Type B Water which means that it could sustain life in the form of amoebas, gnats, migratory worms, and perhaps even sardines.

The GGAO has already filed the ocean's name with the United States Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

The lake was named in honor of President and Michelle Obama's two daughters Malia and Sasha.

Lake Malia Sasha is believed to be about 714½ feet deep.

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