A team of astronomers from the University of Oregon discovered evidence of life on the planet Venus earlier this week. With the use of a technologically advanced dynamic-immersion infrared-ultraviolet telescope, they found that what were previously believed to be volcanoes on the planet are actually the belching mouths of what scientists are preliminarily referring to as "fire-breathing mountain-giants."
The "fire-breathing mountain-giants" appear to be up to 3 miles in girth and 2 miles in height. they have mouths at the tops of their heads and tiny sets of eyes alongside their bodies. The life forms do not seem to have limbs, but are very slightly mobile. It is yet undetermined how they feed, reproduce, or expel waste.
"This is tremendous discovery," said the leader of the team of astronomers at a press conference Thursday night. "For the first time ever, we know that we are not alone in this universe."