This is good, I don't think you need too much more for it. Just some small thoughts on my part:
-I think this would be better suited as "Safe" rather than "Euclid". Even with the "tearing out of stomach" bit, that isn't likely to happen even in a controlled experiment, so there's no need to classify it as potentially dangerous if it's not likely to happen.
-I'd personally prefer more scientific terminology when it comes to density, but honestly that's personal preference and if you don't want to change that it still conveys the message just fine.
-I don't think you need to be told this, but a picture would help seal the deal for this article. The closer to showing the anomaly, the better.
-Also, the term "Liquid Polecat" gets the job done, but if you can think of any other way of describing it, that'd be nice. I don't know, it just sounds goofy to me, but again that's just personal preference.