Second sign of life found on Venus

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Scientists discovered the simplest amino acid-glycine on Venus, which may indicate the existence of life on Venus. Alijit Manner of Midnapur College in West Bengal explained this in an article published on the arXiv portal. A large amount of glycine was found near the equator of Venus, but not in the poles of Venus. .

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