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Aug 28, 2022

[Answer] According to a recent study, which of the following account for only .01% of all living things on Earth?

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...The world’s population – 7.8 billion people – might seem like a huge number, but humans represent just 0.01% of all living things on Earth. Plants, primarily trees, dominate life on Earth, representing 82% of all living matter. Surprisingly, in second place is the life we cannot see: microscopic bacteria account for 13% of all living matter. All other creatures, from insects to fungi to fish and animals, make up just 5% of the world’s biomass. It is estimated that the total mass of even arthropods is equivalent to 17 times the mass of human beings.




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Humans:


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