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Provided by Alexa ranking, ourplanet.org has ranked N/A in N/A and 1,100,440 on the world. ourplanet.org reaches roughly 2,844 users per day and delivers about 85,321 users each month. The domain ourplanet.org uses a Commercial suffix and it's server(s) are located in N/A with the IP number 104.21.36.94 and it is a .org domain.

Our planet’s grasslands are the rich home to our big land animals, but they’re also shrinking. Life in our grasslands depends on space. Fresh Water. Without fresh water, life on land wouldn't exist. It is the most precious resource on our planet, but it's finite. Every drop is vital for all species and us humans that rely upon it.

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What is the purpose of our planet?

The earth was meant to be a happy home for mankind. Our planet is ideally suited to host life. It has abundant water, which is essential for life. The earth's tilt, rotation, and orbit are all just right to prevent the oceans from freezing over or boiling away. And the earth's atmosphere and magnetic field protect it from deadly radiation.

How do you Save Our Planet?

Conserve Your Water Something as simple as turning off the water while your brushing your teeth can make a huge difference for the planet. Here are some water saving tips: Shorten your shower by a minute or two and you’ll save up to 150 gallons of water per month. Don’t use running water to thaw food.

How many people live on our planet Earth?

Approximately 108 billion humans have lived on earth ever since homo sapiens first came into existence, about 52,000 years ago. (There have also been many other estimates though, ranging from as low as 45 billion people, to as many as 140 billion. Most scientists seem to agree that it's somewhere just north of 100 billion though.)

What is our planet made out of?

The planets in our solar system are each made out of different things. The inner planets (Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars) are relatively small rocky planets made up mostly of silicate minerals and iron and nickel metal. Most of the earth is made up of only three elements: iron, silicon, and oxygen.

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1,100,440
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0.0001255465
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Daily Unique Visitors

2,844
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85,321

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Total visitor

United States

18,250

Indonesia

14,274

Taiwan

4,641

United Kingdom

4,121

Brazil

3,729

Nigeria

3,259

Egypt

2,739

Hong Kong

2,585

Canada

2,585

Australia

2,252

Philippines

1,613

India

1,570

Malaysia

1,544

Spain

1,280

Germany

1,246

Mexico

1,194

France

1,126

Italy

1,041

Turkey

956

Iraq

870

Thailand

853

Netherlands

819

Israel

811

Cambodia

674

Algeria

520

Ireland

469

Romania

452

Jordan

418

Poland

401

Ghana

384

Argentina

367

South Africa

333

Belgium

299

Czechia

273

Ukraine

256

Japan

256

Morocco

247

South Korea

239

Lebanon

230

Saudi Arabia

222

Austria

213

Hungary

205

Sweden

196

Singapore

188

Pakistan

179

Bangladesh

171

Denmark

162

Greece

154

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