Amazing Planet Infographic

Sep 1, 2010 by     No Comments    Posted under: Environmental, Featured
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This is a very large Infographic from Our Amazing Planet that explores the highest peaks to the lowest depths on earth. This is, without a doubt, one of the largest infographics online, with a height of 14,677 pixels. At the highest point it mentions an airliner which typically flies at an altitude of just above 32,000 feet, since there are no geological features that are this high on Earth. However Mt. Everest does come very close, as it is just over 29,000 feet tall. Close behind it is another mountain, K2, which is is just over 28,000 feet tall. The infographic continues to go down in elevation until it gets to just over 35,000 feet below sea level for the Mariana Trench.



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