How accurate are we in assuming that extraterrestrial lifeforms are humanoid?

What a question: “How accurate are we in assuming that extraterrestrial lifeforms are humanoid?” Not even all life forms on Earth are humanoid, and you ask this question! The insects alone have far more biomass than we humans. Of the millions of life forms here on Earth, only the humans are humanoid. Why would we expect any different on another planet?

On another, perhaps more disappointing note, however, we don’t even know for sure that any other place in the universe has life in the first place. We suspect there’s life out there somewhere, but we haven’t even found an extraterrestrial germ as of date.
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Author: Wayne Boyd

Wayne Edward Boyd was born in Morristown, New Jersey in 1953. He is a published author, former ISKCON sannyasi, and traveler, having lived on 3 continents and visited 37 countries. He presently lives in Amarillo, Texas working as a correctional officer and has interests in photography, political science and astronomy.

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