Thanks to sclerotic_rings for posting news from Titan:
Massive Mountain Range Imaged on Saturn's Moon Titan
A mile high and built on water-ice bedrock.
Also, thanks to chris_walsh for news of the remains of a juvenile plesiosaur recovered from the Cretaceous of Antarctica.
Actually, I knew about that last one already, from an abstract in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, but it's always the thought that counts. And this is a somewhat better account that the one that Reuters was running. No mention of "Nessie," for example.