32 Eyebrow-Arching Statistics About The World
We live our lives day by day, characterized by the movement of our globe, which provides us with a gorgeous and spectacular view. However, have you ever considered the planet we call home, Earth? Have you ever been curious as to what it's really made of? Or how heavy it is? Perhaps you've even wondered why we have a leap year. Or perhaps, like us, you've rarely given it a second thought–until now.
Despite the fact that the Earth is about 25,000 miles in diameter and three billion years old, we are constantly learning some of its astonishing secrets. And it's easy to lose sight of how magnificent our own plane is. There's a lot more to Earth than we've been taught in school, from enormous waves to supervolcanoes. Prepare to travel to the far reaches of our homeworld. After that, check if you can understand these basic Earth inquiries.
Statistics and numbers may appear to be tedious but the fact is that they can be a lot of fun. Scroll down for some examples: