Tthe short answer is no, but there is a lot of speculation about life forms found within our solar system, most of this theory surrounds Mars as well as to planetary moons known as Titan and Europa.
If life does exist on any of these bodies it will be nothing like a human or any other animal, and will most likely be some form of microscopic life or something simple such as a bacteria. There is continued speculation that Mars was once home to a more earth-like selection of creatures, but there is no evidence for this theory.
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- What is a space rocket made of?
- What is the most interesting planet?
- What order do the planets go in?
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