Amazing Facts About Earth

amazing facts about earth

Earth, everyone knows what is earth. It is the only planet in the solar system, where the life is happening. Till now humans just explored the 42.5% of the earth. 80% of land and only 5% of the oceans. There are so many things to learn about the earth. So in this article, we  share some amazing facts about earth.

Amazing facts about earth

amazing facts about earth

Earth is approximately 4.543 billion years old.

71% of the surface on the earth is covered with water and only 29% is land.

33% of the land on earth is desert area.

20% of land is covered with mountains.

Only 1.77 % area of earth has freshwater.

1/6 land on the earth is property of the Queen of United Kingdom.

It is third planet from Sun in solar system.

In 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4 seconds it completes the rotation on its axis.

It is 150,289,394 kilometers ( 93,385,500 miles) far from the Sun.

Earth is the fifth biggest planet in the solar system.

Light takes 8 minutes and 19 seconds to reach Earth from Sun.

It is the home of 8.1 Billion Humans.

In the early days, the earth looked purple because of the formation of bacteria.

Gravity is not constant in every place on earth.

Humans are the most intelligent as well as fool species on this planet.

The moon is natural satellite of  earth.

Earth is covered with stardust (cosmic dust). 

Like every object in the universe, the earth is also in continuous motion.

The Wettest place on earth is Cherrapunji India.

Dried place on the earth is the Atacama Desert of Chile and Peru.

The hottest place  on the earth is El Azizia, Libya 

The coldest place on the earth is Antarctica.

Mount Everest is the highest point  and Mariana Trench is the deepest point of the earth

200 million years ago there is only one supercontinent called Pangaea.

Kilauea volcano Hawaii is the most active volcano on the earth.

Bat are the smallest mammal and blue whales are the biggest mammals on the earth.

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