How many elements start naturally in nature?
how may elements occur naturally in nature
Uranium, element number 92, is the largest naturally occurring element. However, francium, 87, and astatine, 85, along with any element with an atomic number larger than 92 are not found in nature. They are produced in the laboratory. If they do occur naturally they are in exceedingly small quantities. So to answer your question "How many elements can't be found in nature?" about 16 or a few more.