"I'M NOT FLAT!" ― Earth~Chan
Earth~Chan is the personified anime version of Earth. For millions of years little people called humans have lived in Earth~Chan's hair. Years passed, the humans have developed technology that has aided in their survival but at the cost of polluting her body, which has caused her to become gravely ill and is slowly dying. She is best friends with Moon~Chan, and other Planets.
Earth~Chan is cute and silly. She is a caring person and loves the humans with all her heart despite the illness they've inflicted upon her. However, if you call her flat she'll become flustered and mad.
Earth~Chan has short blue hair with green continent shapes and her eyes are brown. Her attire consists of a school uniform with a white shirt, purple galaxy tie, and skirt, as well as black thigh high socks and shoes. When she's not in her uniform she wears a NASA t-shirt, khaki shorts, white socks and brown shoes. She also occasionally wears a hospital mask.
Earth-chan is the main protagonist of a children's fantasy book Earth-chan and Friends by Tamuna Tsertsvadze, found on amazon.com. The book was inspired by the internet meme and teaches young readers the importance of climate change issues.
The book tells the story of Earth-chan and other planets residing in the Planetarium College. Earth is the only student to bear parasitic humans in her hair, hence, is eyed with scorn by her classmates. Her friends Venus and Mars try to find a solution to the problem. Earth-chan tries to get the attention of her crush, Sun-kun - the head of their group, whilst a boy from the junior class, Moon-kun, has a crush on her.
As shown above, the book holds some differences from the accepted norms of the internet meme world, namely that the four characters - Sun, Moon, Mars, and Uranus - are depicted as boys instead of girls.