The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

Our Planet Earth is full with hidden and secret places, for which a few people knows. For that the following 8 places that we are going to show you are from those the most mysterious and unexplored parts from our planet. We don’t know what will be your reaction of viewing those places on Earth, but for sure you will be amazed.

Cape Melville, Australia

This place if located on the York peninsula in Queensland, around 10 hours drive from Australian city Cairns. The scientists are amazed from this place, because it is a home of some animal and plant spices which cant be found in any other place on Earth.

The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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Sima Humboldt, Venezuela

This sink hole is a located far in the Venezuela forests. It is a small place but big enough to  have a whole ecosystem in it that holds many different plants unique only for this place.

The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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Palawan, Philippines

In 2007, a group of botanist on a expedition on this island in Philippines, found something that surprised everyone. Blue mushrooms, pink and meat-eating plants is just the beginning of the long list of amazing plants found in Palawan.

The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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Mount Bosavi, Papua New Guinea

The Mount Bosavi is actually a volcano that has collapsed inside its own crater 200.000 years ago, forming a crater with a diameter of 1 km.f In 2009 BBC filmed a movie, in which there are all the landmarks for the rich life born in this old crater.

The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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Mountain Roraima, Venezuela/Brazil/Guyana

This mountain is a border between three countries and it is more than 2 billion years old. It is so high that with it is touching the clouds and it is not available for everyone, not available even for the experienced hiker.

The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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Movile Cave, Romania

This cave near the city of Mangalia, was discovered in 1986, in time of building the geothermal electron. The cave was cut from the rest of the world in the last 5.5 million years. With the lack of oxygen and light, in it there is a world that should yet to be explored.

The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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Mariana Trench, Pacific Ocean

on 11 km under the sea level in the Pacific Ocean, is one of the deepest parts underwater that hasn’t been visited by a man. Some near parts there was only visited four times, in which once by the movie director James Cameroon.

The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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Sơn Đoòng Cave, Vietnam (Son Doong Cave)

This cave is exactly one of the most beautiful places on the planet Earth, located in Vietnam. For the first time it was discovered in 2009. It is so big that it has its own atmosphere and weather zones.

The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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The Most Mysterious Unexplored Parts of our Planet Earth

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