Interestingly, the biomass distribution on Earth is overwhelmingly terrestrial, because most biomass is plants and most plant biomass is trees (with some other woody biomass like shrubs and things).
After terrestrial, a big slice is deep subsurface, which is mostly microbes.
Marine biomass is a surprisingly small fraction considering how much of Earth is ocean. Most ocean life is apparently animals and protists.
@Nausicaa Deep below the ground. Shallow subsurface is where you find plant roots and fungus. Deep subsurface is below that. There's a lot going on in the deeper parts of Earth's crust.
@InvaderXan I must admit that seeing this graph has been the first time I've thought about the concept of marine fungi, and I'm a bit ashamed of that
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