Asked in Environmental IssuesPlanetary ScienceRainforestsPossessive Nouns
What percent of life forms on the planet live in the rainforest?
Asked in Travel & Places, Animal Life, Rainforests
Why is the Amazon rainforest considered the lungs of our planet?
Asked in Planetary Science, The Solar System
Why do you think earth is the only planet in our solar system that supports life?
Asked in Extinct Animals
What percent of all life has gone extinct on the planet?
Asked in Dinosaurs
Why are dinosaurs described as lords of the earth?
Asked in Planet Earth
What makes the earth the only living planet?
There is no proof that Earth is the only planet with life. At this point, Earth is simply the only planet that we know for certain has life. In our solar system, there are at least two moons (Europa and Titan) and one planet (Mars; there may be microbial life forms on it) that have a possibility to be inhabited by carbon-based life forms. Considering the sheer number of solar systems in the galaxy and the many galaxies in the universe, it is highly probable that there are other planets or moons with life.
Asked in Stars
When the sun explodes and everything is gone will another planet like earth form?
Asked in Science
How is a monkey adapted to life in the rainforest?
Asked in Time Zones, Marine , Space Aliens
What is your opinion about extraterrestrial life-forms?
I think they are real because it wouldn't make any sense if we were the only planet with life forms.There are so many stars you cannot count them. Each star is another sun or a planet in our solar system. There has to be at least one planet with biotic factors out in the universe somewhere, I know it's out there.