TIL Cows collectively make up the largest biomass on Earth, exceeding 650 million tonnes compared to 350 million tonnes of humans. The largest biomass of a wild species is Antarctic Krill, at 379 million tonnes

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  1. > You sometimes hear very large estimates for the biomass of certain animal groups, like ants or nematodes, but these consist of thousands of different, specialised species.

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