It's about thirty times the number of Elements on the Periodic Table.
In other words, 3,800 is 32.20 times the count of Elements on the Periodic Table, and the count of Elements on the Periodic Table is 0.0311 times that amount.(a.k.a. Periodic Table of the Elements, a.k.a chemical elements) (confirmed elements as of 2016)
It's about forty times the number of Wolves in Yellowstone National Park.
In other words, 3,800 is 36.50 times the count of Wolves in Yellowstone National Park, and the count of Wolves in Yellowstone National Park is 0.0274 times that amount.(a.k.a. Henihco'oo; a.k.a. Héetíhco'oo) (December 2014 figures; Wyoming Park area)
As of the 2014 population count, there were 104 wolves living in Yellowstone National Park, in twelve packs. All of the wolves now living in the Park are thought to have descended from the 66 wolves (re)introduced into the Park in 1995-96.
It's about 45 times the number of Keys on a Piano.
In other words, the count of Keys on a Piano is 0.023 times 3,800.(Moden layout; A0 to C7)
It's about one-fiftieth the number of Letters in the Longest English Word.
In other words, 3,800 is 0.0200191 times the count of an Letters in the Longest English Word, and the count of an Letters in the Longest English Word is 49.95230 times that amount.
It's about 55 times the number of Submarines in the US Navy.
It's about 70 times the number of Countries in Africa.
In other words, the count of Countries in Africa is 0.014 times 3,800.(2016 figures) (sovereign states recognized by the UN only)
The continent of Africa includes 54 sovereign countries recognized by the United Nations as of 2016. It is the second-most populous continent in the world, with 1.1 billion inhabitants.
It's about 80 times the number of Teeth in a Great White Shark's Mouth.
In other words, 3,800 is 79 times the count of Teeth in a Great White Shark's Mouth, and the count of Teeth in a Great White Shark's Mouth is 0.013 times that amount.(Carcharodon carcharias) (average; including developing rows)
A Great White Shark has 48 exposed teeth on their upper and lower jaws. Behind these exposed teeth are developing teeth — up to 300 in about 5 rows. The sharks will continuously lose and replace the exposed teeth throughout their lives.