"Space bears": who can live on the satellite of Saturn
Astrobiologists believe that life in the subsurface ocean can comfortably exist and named its potential inhabitants. In the depths of the ocean, which is located under the surface of Saturn's moon Enceladus, life can very well exist. There will feel comfortable beings, similar to slow-moving, which are also called "cosmic bears." This was reported by NASA astrobiologist Rocco Manicelli in an interview with Gizmodo. He believes that life can exist on the expanses of the solar system, but probably it will be microscopic organisms.