Across vast swathes of land in North America a new breed of water body has staked its claim. Sporadic spots of water twist and turn along the new human topography with a predisposition towards lawn and pavement. These pools form from hard pores within the earth, often jutting several feet from the ground revealing the bounty of the underground springs and rivers that must feed them.
Most amazingly these highly chlorinated basins have given rise to new exotic life forms. Displaying all manner of bright colors to attract the symbiotic human, long tubular noodle-like creatures and donut shaped animals are frequently found within these shallow water bodies. Poisonous to most species of fish, the existence of such chlorine extremophiles gives hope to the search for extraterrestrial life.