In what has been described as a "historic and game-changing" discovery, a team of scientists have found a second Eiffel Tower at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
The team of boffins from the University of Dundee said the second tower was approximately two thirds the size of the Paris tower and is made entirely of hairy star fish.
The discovery was made with the help of a highly specialised robot, shaped like a whippet, which scoured the bottom the ocean for signs of life.
Professor Jonathan McTaggart, who led the research team, enthused: "Well, we've always suspected there may have been something of this nature down there, despite its inhospitable environment.
"It's fair to say that this discovery is new to science and is certainly historic and game-changing.
"It's perhaps too early to say too much about its origins but the elephant in the room has to be the S word - Scientology."