It occurs naturally on earth, but not as native metal as gold does. It must be extracted from ores.
Your a prick
Titanium is more reactive than Titanium.
Titanium is extrated.
Titanium is a product of chemical industry/metallurgy; titanium is extracted from two minerals: ilmenite and rutile.
Like all heavier elements, titanium was formed in a star and was included in the Earth when it formed from interstellar dust. In case you mean how is it manufactured, it is usually found on Earth as its oxide, in the ore rutile. It is extracted by conversion to titanium chloride which is then purified. Sodium or magnesium is used to displace the titanium metal.
Also called Ilmenite, which is iron-titanium oxide mineral (FeTiO3) -- so the two metals that could be extracted from the mineral are iron & titanium.
Einsteinium is not extracted from the earth, it is an artificial element.
Monel, stainless steels, flexon: man made alloys Titanium, beryllium, aluminium: natural chemical elements extracted from minerals
it is extracted from electrolysis of potash.
to remove the earth