If you're thirsty for an adventure to another world, then you might not need to gaze up - but rather, explore the untouched lost worlds of our own planet. Hidden away from humans, here are the top 10 most mystifying and amazing lost worlds.
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➢ 10. Mount Mabu This is a mountain located in the northern part of Mozambique and is home to an old-growth rainforest. Since its discovery, the forest of Mount Mabu has been found to hold many creatures and plants that were previously unknown to the world.
➢9. Sima Humboldt This enormous sinkhole is located on a plateau at the summit of a flat-topped mountain. It is rare for expedition crews to descend into the sinkhole because a special permit from the government is required, which why not much is known about what lies at the bottom of the sinkhole.
➢8. Palawan Highlands Some consider this the Philippines last ecological frontier harbouring vast tracts of tropical rainforests and an expanse of marine wilderness. The province of Palawan, Locked away from the mainland, has many flora and fauna that is unlike anything found on the Philippines, and in fact a large number of these plants cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
➢7. Mount Bosavi Crater This crater belongs to an extinct volcano and is so inaccessible that even the locals rarely enter the area, let alone descend into the crater itself. The crater has, over the years, developed its own ecosystem of sorts and expeditions to the crater have reported a sudden change in both the atmosphere and environment upon descending into the crater.
➢6. Socotra Island If you ever feel like visiting a completely different planet then look no further. Located in Yemen, this island has been isolated from mainland Africa for the last 6 or 7 million years. Because of this long period of isolation, the island is home to about 700 extremely rare species, one third of which are endemic, meaning that they can only be found here.
➢5. Movile Cave Located in Romania, Movile Cave is notable for having a unique groundwater ecosystem. Very few have been granted access to this cave system, and those that have tell of an unbelievable experience.
➢4. Mount Roraima Lying atop of the Guiana Shield in the southeastern corner of Venezuela’s Canaima National Park,this mountain is awe inspiring due to its steep sides that make it stand out from the surrounding area and look like a giant block has been placed by God himself.
➢3. Challenger Deep This is the deepest known point in the Earths seabed located in the Pacific Ocean. Only 3 people have ever been here, and the extreme conditions of this environment means that some pretty fascinating creatures live down here. Who knows what we might find here in a few years.
➢2. Hang Sơn Đoòng Cave Located in Vietnam and currently the largest cave in the world by volume, Son Doong Cave is an amazing creation of nature. The sheer size of the cave has caused it to develop its own ecosystem with and inner forest and a large flowing river within it, which gives the impression of entering a whole new world. It's truly a treasure trove of geological discoveries and a Haven for adventure seekers.
➢1. Lake Vostok Located at the southern Pole of cold, and hidden beneath almost 4KM of ice, lies Lake Vostok , Antarctica’s largest subglacial lake. The lake water has been sealed off under the ice sheet 15 million years ago, and remained untouched until 2013, when scientists drilled into the ice sheet exposing the water hidden below. The lake has a very high chance of having preserved creatures we thought were long gone in the early years of the Earth. In years to come we might find a way to get down there and explore a world humans have never seen before.
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Some of the most remote places in the world are covered by Jungles, and this thick and dense vegetation only makes extraordinary discoveries harder to find. Here are the Top 10 Most Extraordinary Jungle Discoveries…. Subscribe for more! ► ◄ Stay updated ► ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: hello@beamazed Be Amazed at these Top 10 Most Extraordinary Jungle Discoveries! Sigiriya - In the centre of Sri Lanka, near the town of Dambulla, lies the ancient rock fortress of Sigiriya. World’s Largest Cave - The Vietnamese jungle is an unforgiving place, and is the site of some of the densest vegetation on earth- but for those that search deep enough, there’s some wonders to be found. Rafflesia Arnoldii - This plant has the largest known individual flower of any species in the world. They are found across south east Asia, but are quite rare because of their unusual way of growth. Two Lost Cities in Honduras - Deep within the jungle of Honduras, there are untold treasures waiting to be found of ancient civilisations. The Boiling River - In the Peruvian Amazon there lies geological features unlike anything seen anywhere else. El Mirador - First discovered in 1926, El Mirador, which means “The Watcher”, was once the capital city of the Maya. Tallest Known Tropical Tree - Rainforests form because the areas they sit on provide the perfect environment for plantlife to grow. Jungle Stonehenge - Stonehenge is one of the most famous ancient monuments in the world, but the people who built it weren’t the only ones to arrange large rocks in circular formations. The Klingon Newt - Amongst the wide range of plant life found in jungles is just as much animal life, and new species are constantly being discovered all around the world. Guatemalan Stone Head - In the 1950s a Guatemalan land owner made an amazing discovery in the jungle. Hidden within the undergrowth was a giant stone head looking skyward.
Some people may believe that the whole earth has been explored by now. There are in fact still places on earth that remain unexplored. The following are some places that you will almost certainly never get to go to, even if you really wanted to. Subscribe for more! ► ◄ Stay updated ► ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: beamazedvideos@gmail Credit: Be Amazed at these Top 10 Places No Human Has Ever Set Foot on Earth! Siberian Sakha Republic - The Siberian Sakha Republic covers about twenty percent of Russia. Vale Do Javari, Brazil - This next one refers to a place that no modern, civilized human has ever set foot. The Mariana Trench - The Mariana Trench is the deepest point in the entire ocean. Gangkhar Puensum - Gangkhar Puensum, meaning "White Peak of the Three Spiritual Brothers", is the highest unclimbed mountain in the world, and the fortieth highest mountain overall. Star Mountains - The Star Mountains are an enormous mountain range in Papa New Guinea that stretches all the way from the country’s border with Indonesia to the Hindenburg Range – a neighboring mountain range with a less cool name. Yucatan Cenotes - The Yucatan Cenotes are a large cave network located in Mexico. A ‘cenote’ is a particular type of cave that is formed when limestone bedrock collapses. Tsingy De Bemaraha National Park - Tsingy De Bemaraha National Park is located on the western edge of Madagascar. Greenland - Despite being, you know, a country, there are large parts of Greenland that are unexplored. The Namib Desert - You may want to bring at least one water bottle if you decide to go explore the Namib desert, as the region, one of the most arid in the world, gets only two millimeters of rain on average every year. North Sentinel Island - North Sentinel Island tops this list because, of all these places, it is the one I would most strongly advice against visiting.