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Do we know any other life forms in other planets or galaxies?
Question Date: 2007-02-23
Answer 1:

As of now, there has not been found any kind of life in other planets. In spite of the fact that there are millions of galaxies, and millions of suns, still we do not know if there are any planets with the conditions to keep any kind of life. The scientists do not agree yet about existence of life in other planets. Some of them think that there is life in many planets, some do not. By the way, in our galaxy, the earth is the only planet with life


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