15 Amazing New Facts about the World

World Facts

Welcome to the fascinating world of facts! Prepare to embark on a journey of discovery as we delve into intriguing and remarkable information about our planet. From awe-inspiring natural wonders to curious historical events, the world is a treasure trove of fascinating facts waiting to be explored. Join us as we unveil captivating tidbits about geography, science, culture, and more. Whether you’re a curious learner or simply love sharing interesting tidbits with friends, this collection of facts will leave you astounded and hungry for more knowledge about the incredible world we inhabit. So, let’s dive in and uncover the wonders that make our planet so extraordinary!

Planet Earth, our cherished home, is a mesmerizing blue gem nestled in the vast cosmos. With its diverse landscapes, breathtaking natural wonders, and thriving ecosystems, Earth is a beacon of life in the universe. From the towering mountains to the expansive oceans, its beauty captivates and inspires. This vibrant planet nurtures a rich tapestry of life forms, from microscopic organisms to majestic creatures. Yet, Earth is also fragile, reminding us of the importance of conservation and sustainability. It is our collective responsibility to cherish and protect this precious orb, fostering harmony between humanity and nature for generations to come.

Here are the 15 Facts about the World We Live in

The world’s freshwater held in glaciers and ice sheets is almost 68.7 % out of all freshwater sources.
The highest recorded wind speed is 253 mph in 1996 hit by the tropical cyclone named Olivia at the coast of Barrow island of Australia.
At the bottom of a 1.4 km Greenland ice sheet still lying fossilized plants and biomolecules.
The coldest temperature ever recorded was -144 degrees Fahrenheit in Antarctica which could kill you in few breaths of air.
There are around four quadrillion of quadrillion bacteria on our planet Earth.
People who are currently alive represent about 7 percent of the total number of people who have ever lived since the time Homo sapiens 50,000 years ago.
The world’s greatest earthquake belt, the circum-Pacific seismic belt (Ring of Fire), is found along the rim of the Pacific Ocean, where about 81 percent of our planet’s largest earthquakes occur.

The evidence of pear cultivation dates back to ancient China and ancient Greece as one of the oldest cultivated fruits.

The world’s largest artificial oyster reef was created in Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay by scientists at the Horn Point Laboratory.
People 60 years and older make up 12.3 percent of the global population, number is expected to reach 22 percent by 2050.
Sweden has 2,21,800 islands, which is the largest number in the world.
There are 28 royal families who rule over a total of 43 countries around the world.
Canada has 9 percent of the world’s forests that is 396.9 million hectares of forests.
Utrecht in Netherlands is the most bike-friendly city in the world.
Forty-one countries recognize sign language as an official language.

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