Facts About Earth That Will Make You More Intelligent
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Facts About the Earth
The deepest point on the ocean floor is the Mariana trench, which is 35,813 feet (10,916 meters) below sea level.
The lowest point on earth is Challenger Deep.
So does a lake explode? Yes. Nyos, Monoun and Kivu are three crater lakes that sit above volcanic earth. They are in Cameroon and on the border of Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Canadian Arctic is a glacier range contributing 10 percent of all the melt water in the world.
Earth used to be purple: life on early Earth may have been just as purple as it is green today.
Most active volcano is Stromboli Volcano, Italy, which has been erupting nearly continuously for over 2,000 years.
The largest volcanic eruption recorded by humans occurred in April 1815, the peak of the explosion of Mount Tambora.
The General Sherman giant sequoia is the largest known stem tree by volume on the planet.
Armillaria, or honey mushroom is the largest living organism on Earth.