1– Tardigrad, the most durable creature discovered on Earth, can survive for 10 days in a vacuum space environment.
2– The core of the Earth is at a temperature of 5500 degrees Celsius. This temperature is almost equal to the surface temperature of the Sun.
3– The total amount of ice in Antarctica is equal to the amount of water in the Atlantic Ocean.
4– 8.600.000 lightning strikes the world every day.
5– The first specimens of life on Earth are found in Australia, in layers dating back 3.5 billion years from today. This has been so long that there was not even oxygen in the atmosphere at that time.
6– Air pollution in China is seen from space. The Great Wall of China cannot be seen from space.
7– 200,000 babies are born every day.
8– A human can survive in outer space for a maximum of 2 minutes, completely unprotected.
9– Grains of sand look like this under a microscope.
10– There are no 24 hours in a day. In fact, it is 23 hours 56 minutes and 4 seconds.
11– Human DNA is 50% identical to banana DNA.
12– The world is smoother than a bowling ball. Unlike the invisible unevenness on the bowling ball, even the highest mountain and the deepest ocean only make up 1 / 5,000th of the Earth’s surface thickness.
13– 97% of the water in the world is salty and 3% is fresh water.
14– In 1 liter of ocean water, 1 gram of gold contains one-13 billionth of the gold element.
15– Each year, 2,000 new marine species are identified.
16– 90% of marine waste is plastic.
17– It is thought that an average of 1,000,000 species live in the oceans. Moreover, only 33% of all ocean species are thought to have been discovered.
18– An average of 8-12 people die each year from shark attacks. Around 100,000,000 sharks die each year from human attacks.
19– 2 people die every second.
20– 106,000,000,000 people have lived on our planet so far. When we reach 2050, it is estimated that there will be 9,200,000,000 people in the world.