Place to visit around the world before it's too late!
More and more species and beauty are leaving us because of environmental pollution and global warming. If you are already listing the wish list of the places you will visit in this life, you may need to consider these places first.
1. Great Barrier Reef
The Australian Great Barrier Reef, known as the Sea Life Paradise, has caused jazz coral bleaching deaths due to over exploitation. If not saved, this beauty will disappear completely in the next 10 years.
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest and longest coral reef in the world. It is located in the southern hemisphere, stretching across Australia's northeast coast, north from the Torres Strait, south to the south of the Tropic of Cancer. The stretch of exhibition is a total of 2011 km, with a maximum width of 161 km and 2,900 large and small coral reef islands. The natural landscape is very special.
Recommended: heart-shaped coral island, lighthouse, diving
The Amazon rainforest, known as the "Lung of the Earth" and "Biological Paradise", has been over exploitation and forest fires for over a century, causing the tropical rain forest to disappear rapidly.
The Amazon River originates from the Andes in South America. Although its length is second in the world, its flow and drainage area is the largest in the world, ranking first in the world. The tropical rain forest contains the world's richest and most diverse biological resources, with millions of species, many of which are still undocumented in science.
Recommended: Tropical Rain-forest, Amazon River
Mount Kilimanjaro is the first peak in Africa. Due to the warming of the climate, the snow on the top of the mountain has begun to melt year by year. Perhaps 10 years later, the snow on the top of Kilimanjaro will disappear.
Mount Kilimanjaro is located in the northeastern part of Tanzania and about 160 km south of the Great Rift Valley. It is between the equator and 3 degrees south latitude. It is the highest mountain in Africa and a volcanic mound. Known as the "roof of Africa", many geographers call it "the king of Africa."
With global warming, the snow and ice in Sagarmatha National Park in Nepal has gradually melted into glacial lakes. Snow water has caused small-scale disasters. Experts say there may be major floods in the future.
Nepal is a landlocked country in the mountains of South Asia. It is located in the southern foothills of the Himalayas, bordering on the Tibet Autonomous Region of China in the north, and bordering India on the other three sides. Nepal is one of the ancient countries of Asia. As early as the first six centuries, Nepalese have settled in the Kathmandu Valley.
Recommended: Kathmandu Valley, Chit wan National Park
5. Dead sea
The Dead Sea, where the dry ducks can swim, is shrinking due to the long-term plate squeezing of the Arabian Peninsula, the African continent and the European continent. Together with global warming, the Dead Sea is rapidly evaporating.
Located on the border between Jordan and Palestine, the Dead Sea is the lowest lake in the world. The lake is 422 meters above sea level. The lake shore is the lowest point on the earth where the earth has been exposed. It is called the “navel of the world”. The Dead Sea is also the deepest saltwater lake and the saltiest lake in the world. Therefore, there are no living things in the water, and even the land on the shores of the Dead Sea has few creatures.