Yes, that's true, and probably what Gilphon was referring to.
I suppose one could imagine a life-form that has appropriate buoyancy to remain roughly at a particular depth though, whether that be in the gas, liquid or "transiting from liquid to solid" regions. Provided it could resist being crushed by the pressure at that depth (unless it was in one of the higher regions).
And the gravity at Saturn's surface is pretty close to Earth's IIRC. Again, not like you could stand on that, though.
edited 18th Jul '13 10:18:41 PM by ashnazg