Surely there could not be an equivalent ensemble of fitness in nature for some other type of life.
As every medical student comes to learn when first dissecting the human body at medical school, our limbs are almost entirely composed of muscles.
Without lignin, there would be no woody plants, no wood, no coal, no charcoal, no fire, no pottery, and certainly no iron or metallurgy.
There is another aspect of the Earth’s environment that is absolutely crucial in allowing the utilization of fire for metal-based technologies.
Self-evidently, the gravity on the surface of a planet limits the maximum size of large terrestrial organisms.