The most recent consensual number reached by scientists is 8.7 million non-bacterial species. Results of the study were released in August 2011.
Measuring the amount of species who live on the earth is a hard number to come up with. But in 2007, scientists have reached a number more accurate than before: 8.7 million. The numbers are broken down as follows: Animals: 7.77 million; Fungi: 0.61 million; Plants: 0.30 million; Protozoa (single-celled organisms): 0.04 million; and Chromists (microorganisms): 0.03 million. This is not, however, all of them. They believe there are many more millions of species out there.
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