Learn about the creatures that have roamed Earth through two modes: ‘Featured Animals’,
our curated selection of rare and uncommon species, and ‘Mammals’, which show geographic
location and historical timeline of animals on our planet.
Discover the flowering plants, conifers, ferns, hornworts, liverworts, mosses,
and other species of the plant kingdom and where they grow and thrive across our Earth.
Browse through the ‘Featured Plant’ and ‘Common Plants’ modes.
Take a deeper look at how our Earth is structured, earthquake records and
how quakes can assist in geological research. The EARTH app will teach you
how we use these disruptions to learn about the depths of subducting plates,
their relation to island arc volcanoes, and more.
Air pollution is caused by solid and liquid particles less than 2.5 microns in size.
It is produced naturally by fires, volcanoes and dust storms and through human sources
like factories, vehicles, and power plants. High concentrations of air pollution
have dangerous consequences for human health, as well as are inhibiting to our environment.
When humans first ventured out of Africa around 60,000 years ago, they left genetic
footprints still visible today. Go back in time and see when where ancient humans
migrated around the world, and marvel at how far they’ve explored.
Satellites can show us live meteorological patterns of cloud density and infrared imaging
to illustrate temperature and height; warmest (lowest) clouds are shown in white;
coldest (highest) clouds are displayed in shades of yellow, red, and purple.