What animal has the highest population on Earth?
There can be a million tons of krill in a singel swarm. Krill are considered keystone species near the bottom of the food chain because they feed on phytoplankton and to a lesser extent zooplankton. The number of plankton EASILY outnumbers all other animals on the earth - unless you get into bacteria. Plankton are found in every part of every ocean - and whales often eat millions of them in a single day!!! Hard to see anything more popular than plankton!! "Plankton are tiny open-water plants, animals or bacteria. The name, like the word planet, is derived from a Greek root that means, "wanderer." These organisms range in size from microscopic bacteria and plants to larger animals, such as jellyfish. Plankton generally have limited or no swimming ability and are transported through the water by currents and tides."
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The top of Mount Everest, standing at a height of 8848 meters, 29.030 feet above sea level, it is the highest point on Earth. Mount Everest The highest point measured from sea level is the summit of Mount Everest, 8,848 m (29,029 ft) above sea level. The point farthest from the Earth's centre …is widely reported to be the summit of Chimborazo at 6,384.4 km (3,967.1 mi). This is due to the Earth being an oblate spheroid rather than a perfect sphere - its a squashed sphere. The distance from the equator to the earths centre is greater than the distance between the poles and the centre. Mount Everest is the traditional answer, but that is true only if you measure from sea level. If you measure from the centre of the Earth (or if you assume a a perfect sphere) then there are a number of mountains in both Africa and S America which are taller. High est, right? Go with Mt. Everest. ( Full Answer )
For absolute height above sea level, Mount Everest is the highest mountain. As measured from a land base, it would be Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa. As measured from the center of the Earth, the Andean mountain Chimborazo has the highest point. The overall highest mountain on Earth is Mauna K…ea in Hawaii which has its base beneath the Pacific Ocean. This volcano rises to 10203 meters from the sea floor, whereas Mount Everest is the highest mountain on land at 8848 meters. ( Full Answer )
The 3 highest points on Earth are ofcourse the temples of the 3 legendary birds Zapdos, Moltres and Articuno.
Measured from its base, the tallest would be Mauna Kea in Hawaii, which like the adjacent Mauna Loa has a deep seafloor base on the Hawaiian hotspot. But the highest above sea level is the Nevado Ojos del Salado ("snow-covered salty eyes"), a stratovolcano in the Andes mountains, about 600 km… (370 miles) north of Aconcagua, the highest mountain in the Americas. Ojos de Salado is 6893 meters (22,615 ft) in height. However, it has not been active since approximately 700 AD. ( Full Answer )
From its base to its peak, Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain (if the whole mountain is considered, including its undersea height).* Kilimanjaro takes this title if only base on land is considered.* For absolute height above sea level, Mt. Everest is the highest.* Chimborazo is the furtherest peak fr…om the centre of the Earth. ( Full Answer )
Mt. Baker, Washington 2896cm 1998-1999 is the highest official record. There is a ski area there where they measure snowfall. However, it is likely that higher totals occur in areas where there are no official measurements. For example, there may have been higher snowfall higher on Mt. Baker (…or neighboring Cascade peaks). There is also likely higher snowfall in the Coastal Range of Alaska. Think of it this way. If an area receives the equivalent of 300 inches (about 762 cm) of rain, it would be about 7620 cm of snow if all fell as snow at a 10:1 ratio. This is probably the upper limit anywhere on earth in a maximum year. ( Full Answer )
The highest point on Earth is Mount Everest. Located in theHimalayan Mountains of Tibet, Mount Everest rises to 29.029 feetabove sea level.
I'm not sure, but I know the tallest of the three is Mt. Everest. i actually know its... . 1) Everest. 8.848. Nepal/Tibet. Asia. 2) K-2. 8.611. Pakistan. Asia. 3) Kanchenjunga . 8.586. Nepal/India. Asia.
The highest mountain on earth is Mount Everest in the Himalayas on the Tibet-Nepal border
The highest spot on earth is Mount Everest (that is the point furthest from the assumed "geoid" - the mean sea level) The point furthest from the geometric center of the Earth is the peak of the volcano Chimborazo (in Ecuador and part of the Andes). Although just 6,267 m above sea level (Ev…erest is 8,848 m) the flattening of the earth at higher latitudes makes the mountains near the equator much further from the center of the planet. ( Full Answer )
The highest point is mount Everest besides the cloudes by far no arguing i am 100 percent sure
The air pressure increases as you go up. Correction: The air pressure decreases as you go up. The shallower the air above you, the less it weighs. The same is true of water. --> Air pressure is also highest in the polar regions.... highest pressure ever recorded was in Russia (Siberia) of 108.…4 KPa as apposed to average of 101.3 due to very cold temperature of -50s. Added: Air pressure is measurably higher at the level of the Dead Sea... some 1300? ft. below sea level...more air stacked on top of you. ( Full Answer )
It depends a bit on what you consider being a "part". The most dense major structural part of the Earth is the solid inner core that has a density of ~13000kg/mÂ³. Platinum nuggets (a much smaller part of the Earth) have a density of 21450kg/mÂ³ Of course the question becomes philosophical… when considering the densities of protons, quarks or other subatomic particles. ( Full Answer )
Um dont were it is but i think its the empire state building,dont no were it is, though.
Measured from its base, the tallest would be Mauna Kea in Hawaii, which like the adjacent Mauna Loa has a deep seafloor base on the Hawaiian hotspot. However the volcano Llullaillaco is the highest active volcano above sea level. It is an Andean stratovolcano on the border of Argentina and Ch…ile. It was active as late as 1877. It is located about 200 km (120 miles) north of the "highest volcano", Ojos de Salado. Nevado Ojos del Salado ("snow-covered salty eyes") is a stratovolcano in the Andes mountains, about 600 km (370 miles) north of Aconcagua, the highest mountain in the Americas. Ojos de Salado is 6893 meters (22,615 ft) in height. However, it has not been active since approximately 700 AD. ( Full Answer )
The Himalayas are currently the tallest mountain range, but they're also extremely young, and have not existed for most of the history of the Earth. I don't definitively know what the tallest mountain range ever on Earth would be, but I do know that the Appalachian range has been consistently a…bove water for about 400 million years (very few places on Earth can make this claim), and was taller than the Himalayas at its peak height. A professional geologist interested in orogenies would definitely know this, as well as anyone can. ( Full Answer )
That would be the summit of the mountain K2 at 8,611 metres (28,251 ft). K2 is in the Karakoram range, and is located on the border between China and Pakistan.
The earth has 4 layers: . crust . mantle . outer core . inner core The inner core is the hottest.
the highest paying job on earth is the job of "butt doctor" you get payed for fixing and examaning peoples butts. its like a doctor, but for butts.
Himalaya Range esser Himalayas is a prominent range 2000 to 3000 meters (6600 to 9800 ft) high
ecause gravity on the Moon is about 1/3 of that on Earth, you can jump higher on the Moon.
Hello! If you are counting insects with the animals, then most definitely the animals win, because if you stand in one spot on the ground, over 1 million insects are in that spot beneath you.
The highest volcano is Ojos Del Salado in Chile. It is 22,589 feet (6,887 m) tall.
William Sidis was estimated by psychologists at IQ of 200 SD 15 ( an astounding 1 in 76,000,000,000) based on his test results, which would have given him the highest IQ ever, but the tests at that time were not able to properly measure IQ's at such a range so his true IQ is unknown
the highest is....................... a puppy oh and i want you to answer my question how do you master water bending it is real and i will master it some day
There are about 7 billion people on Earth but the locations withpopulations above 1 million that have the highest density ofpopulation include countries and regions like Singapore with 7301people per square kilometer, Hong Kong with 6396 people per squarekilometer and Bahrain with 1646 people per sq…uare kilometer. ( Full Answer )
\n. Everest is not the highest point on Earth in relationship to it's center. In terms of the point farthest away from the centre of the Earth, Chimborazo in Ecuador (6,267 m (20,561 ft)) can be considered the planet's most extreme high point. This is due to the Earth's oblate spher…oid shape, with points near the Equator being farther out from the centre than those at the poles. ( Full Answer )
Seeing that not all animals on Earth have been discovered yet, it is impossible to give a true answer, but there are certainly tens of billions, probably hundreds of billions.
Mauna Kea is the highest part of land located on the island of Hawaii, at around 39,000 ft. Don't be mistaken for Everest or Loa!
The highest part of the earths atmosphere is called the Exosphere. The main gases within the Earth's exosphere are the lightest gases, mainly hydrogen, with some helium, carbon dioxide, and atomic oxygen near the exobase. The exosphere is the last layer before outer space. Since there is no clear bo…undary between outer space and the exosphere, the exosphere is sometimes considered a part of outer space. ( Full Answer )
The earth highest point Mount Everest is 8848 (29,029 feet) meters above the sea level. In 1856, the Great Trigonometric Survey of India established the first published height of Everest, then known as Peak XV, at 29,002 ft (8,840 m). In 1865, Everest was given its official English name by the Ro…yal Geographical Society upon recommendation of Andrew Waugh, the British Surveyor General of India at the time. ( Full Answer )
the highest point on earth is mount Everest.but the highest mountain includind below sea level height is tall er but i cant remember the name.
the lowest is the dead see on the border of Israel and Jordan and the highest is mount Everest on the border of Nepal and china
The is no practical "highest" number as you can always add "and one more" to a number. In mathematics infinity (sometimes symbolically represented by â) is regarded as the number at which there is no higher number. This may be thought to be the number you get when you divide 1 by 0 (â=1/0)… ( Full Answer )
It is probably Nage, China. more than 3000 meters above sea level as per google Earth.
They aren't always in the highest places, but it is a great advantage to place them as high above the Earth as possible so the image isn't as distorted by the atmosphere. Siting telescopes at high altitudes enables observations to be made above cloud level. This means you don't have to wait for a s…unny day without cloud.. ( Full Answer )
Asia is the continent with the highest population density, Monaco is the country with the highest population density.
The highest recorded temperature was 57.6 degrees, measured at Furnace Creek Ranch, Death Valley, California, U.S.A. on 10/07/1913.
Mt. Everest in Nepal. It is 29.035 feet high (8849 metres). If you measure height from the ocean floor and not from the sea level, the highest place can be Mauna Kea in Hawaii (it is 32, 000 feet or 9753 metres high.)
Highest point on earth is Mount Everest and the lowest point on earth is the Marinian Trench... I think its spelled that way
Mount Everest, which is 29029 feet, 8848 Meters, is on the Sagarmatha Zone, Nepal - Tibet, China border.
The summit of mt. Chimborazo in Ecuador. It is not the tallest mountain on Earth, but it's summit is the farthest point from the center of the Earth. I hope this helped!
Antarctica has the highest average elevation of any continent on earth. The highest place on earth is Mt Everest, in Nepal.
That would have to be as close to the north or south pole as you can get and be at Mean Sea Level at the same time. -- Because of the Earth's oblateness, the ' R 2 ' term is smallest at the poles. -- The aggregate effect of the Earth's total mass decreases as you rise above the surface, b…ecause of the increase in the ' R 2 ' term. -- It also decreases as you descend below the surface, because of the decrease of the portion of the ' M 1 ' term that's inside your present radius. Note: The Earth's spin may influence your apparent weight in different ways at various latitudes, but has no effect on the value of M 1 M 2 / R 2 , which is what you're asking about. ( Full Answer )
90 degrees is. The latitude of the north pole is 90 degrees north, and you can't go any farther north than that. The latitude of the south pole is 90 degrees south, and you can't go any farther south than that.
Technically it's supposed to be 10,203 metres for Mauna Kea in Hawaii . But since it's submerged under the sea , it's height above the sea level is 4,205 metres. So, the officially highest mountain in Mt. Everest with a height of 8,848 metres.
The native animal with the highest population in Australia is thekangaroo. The Kangaroo Industry Association of Australia suggeststhat, in 2002, there were an estimated 58.6 million Kangaroos inAustralia. This number fluctuates with the seasons, but gives afair estimate of how many kangaroos there a…re in any given year. The situation with non-native animals is very different. It isimpossible to know, for instance, how many millions of rats andmice there are in Australia. The rabbit is another example. Rabbitnumbers in Australia are believed to have topped the 200 millionmark, but there is no accurate way to measure numbers. ( Full Answer )
In regards to body of water, the highest amount on salinity can be found in Lake Don Juan in Antarctica.
Probably snow, if your Earth includes the totality of items found on the planet. Some clouds would have an albedo almost as high - but only in parts. If you wish to limit your answer to earth solids, then perhaps milky quartz, and marble would have a high albedo.
Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth, measured from meansea level to its peak.