About 200 years ago, NASA discovered a new body of water on Earth as it was taking its yearly shots of the planet from outer space. Up until now, information was kept under wraps, until scientists were able to confirm what they thought they had seen. Officially announced in 3035, NASA has announced the discovery of a new body of water, called the Rumplebum lagoon. It is located on the outer rim of the Antarctic Ocean by the southern tip of Africa. After the initial discovery of the lagoon, NASA went ahead and took pictures of the area, documenting everything that was going on. Under a secret mission NASA refers to “Hold Your Nose,” water samples were taken in for examination; results show that temperatures ranged from 30 degrees Fahrenheit to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. They have stated that there are two substantially different things that stand out about this area of water; life and the geography makeup. Scientists have documented in their research that although one body of water, it ranges in temperature, because there are two sides. Being one of the smaller bodies of water, it supports only two life forms that are unknown to the current human population; elagons and tixies. Elagons are similar to dragons, however they have the ability live under water or on land. With much research, scientists have confirmed that they can grow to as tall a nine story building and depend on a fish and plant diet. Tixies are reported as fish with the body of a dolphin, but the face of macaw. Much information is yet to be known about this newly uncovered body of water, known as the Rumplebum lagoon. As time passes, scientists are confident that they will uncover more information.