Incredible diversity of animal species on our planet.
Out of 8.7 million species on Earth, 2.16 million are animals.
A whopping 97% of all animal species are invertebrates.
Over 62,000 vertebrate species have been identified worldwide.
An astounding estimate suggests 10 quintillion insect species.
11,188 bird and 11,733 reptile species have been described.
Our planet is home to around 6,596 distinct mammal species.
The current database shows 8,680 unique amphibian species.
The oceans and rivers are teeming with about 3.5 trillion fish.
A majority of species, 86% land and 91% marine, remain undiscovered.
Chickens outnumber humans, highlighting their vast global population.
Different ecosystems support varied species, adding to the planet's biodiversity.
Regions such as the Amazon Rainforest and Madagascar are teeming with unique species, many of which haven't been discovered yet.
Chickens, valued for their meat and eggs, are domesticated on a large scale, leading them to outnumber humans globally.