According to the World Resources Institute, there are 104 endemic mammal species in the United States, which makes the United States rank sixth in that category. Australia ranks first, with 225 endemic mammal species.
According to the British Geological Survey, in 2006 the United States produced 1,139,500 kilograms of silver from mining, or 5.7% of the world’s total, enough to make the United States rank seventh in that category. Peru ranked first, producing 3470,725 kilograms, or 17.3% of the world total.
According to FAOStat, in 2006 the United States exported 81,904 tonnes of bacon and ham, or 14% of the world’s total. That was enough to make the United States rank third in that category. The Netherlands ranked first, exporting 128,259 tonnes, or 23% of the world’s total.
According to data collected in the periodic UNODC crime trend surveys, in 1999 (the most recent year for reported data) there were 560.11 drug crimes recorded per 100,000 population in the United States, a rate that makes the United States rank sixth in that category. Bermuda ranks first, with 1491.57 drug crimes recorded per 100,000 people.
Exact rankings are difficult to measure because different countries report their data in different years.
According to the World Health Organization, in 2002 the United States had a cardiovascular disease death rate of 317 per 100,000 people, which made the United States rank fifty-sixth in that category. Ukraine ranked first, with a cardiovascular disease death rate of 1032.4 per 100,000.
All of the top ten countries in this category are in Eastern Europe.