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  • Yes, Very probable.

    If we find life anywhere else in the solar system, Its about 95% likely its contamination from Earth or somewhere else at some point in the past, Life in the clouds of Venus is not far fetched, Were basically talking about acidic loving microbes living in Near-Earth temperature/pressure conditions with an abundance of energy at there disposal, There are also massive amounts of nitrogen and sulfur in the air this life could also use to live/thrive. So I honestly wouldn't be surprised if they announced they found life in the atmosphere of Venus.

  • Does bacterial count?

    I believe that bacterial could exist in the upper atmosphere of Venus where temperatures are at 50 degrees celsius. That may explain why gasses produced only by life are existing in the clouds of Venus. We also could have had ancient life on Venus wiped out by mass extinction.

  • Venus' location closer to the Sun than Earth no

    And the extreme greenhouse effect raising temperatures on the surface to nearly 735 K (462 °C; 863 °F), And the atmospheric pressure 90 times that of Earth, Make water-based life as we know it unlikely on the surface of the planet. No there is no life on Venus because Venus is too hot to host
    Life


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