UK Daily Mail 
June 5, 2010
Scientists have found evidence that there is life on Saturn’s biggest moon, Titan.
They have discovered clues that primitive aliens are breathing in Titan’s atmosphere and feeding on fuel at the surface.
The startling discoveries, made using an orbiting spacecraft, are revealed in two separate reports.
The first paper, in the journal Icarus, shows that hydrogen gas flowing down through Titan’s atmosphere disappears at the surface, suggesting it could be being breathed by alien bugs.
The second paper, in the Journal of Geophysical Research, reports there is a lack of a certain chemical on the surface, leading scientists to believe it may be being consumed by life.