Flexi Says: A hot topic in science is the question of the existence of life elsewhere in the universe. Better still is the thought that there is large life somewhere in our solar system. Some scientists are even looking for life in other solar systems. Looking for intelligent life may be easier than finding microbes. So far, with all this looking, no one has found any aliens. There aren’t a lot of places life could live large. But there are lots more places and ways to look. One really remote possibility is that large organisms could live on one of the moons of Saturn, like Enceladus or Titan. However, Titan has no water and is exceptionally, extraordinarily cold. Its liquid lakes are not liquid water, but liquid ethane or methane. Enceladus is an ocean world covered by a crust of ice.