In essence, it is the largest terrestrial planet, but is smaller and less massive than any of the gas/ice giants of the Outer Solar System.
And with a mean density of 5.514 g/cm³, it is the densest planet in the Solar System.
And in the meantime, we can only hope that our presence here on Earth doesn’t ruin it.
We have many interesting articles about Earth here at Universe Today.
Nevertheless, given that it is where all terrestrial life as we know it originated, coupled with the fact that it is the only habitable planet known to us, Earth is likely to remain our spiritual and physical home for many eons to come.