7 wildest places on Earth
• 7 wildest places on Earth
We often see in the news the next message about Earth overcrowding. We supposedly just left more room for a larger number of people. Is it really? No. The planet is so great that people still have not been able to master, and half of its scale. The greatest area difficult for us and therefore remain wild. Here, where it is necessary to go if you're tired of people in the end.
Bhutan is a small country located on between China and India, not far from Nepal. Local Himalayan mountains are considered sacred, climbing on them is strictly forbidden. Vertex Gangkhar-Puensum just a thousand meters short of Everest, but what happens on the slopes of the mountain knows except the Brahmins.
people live in Greenland. On the margins. Most of this vast island takes the ice cover: if the majestic desert frosty ever melted, the sea level rise by as much as ten meters.
Located on the southern tip of South America, Patagonia has everything to claim the status of a separate planet. Mountains, plains, glaciers, wild lake - Patagonia experts call the wildest borough of our Earth.
Every few years in Vietnam found a new species of animals. All this thanks to a dense mountain forest, located on the border of Laos. In Chyongshon still preserved the indigenous inhabitants of the area. Tigers, elephants, huge lizards - man there is clearly not very happy about it.
The biggest and most empty States. Island of St. Matthew, which is part of Alaska is incredibly far from any human settlement. Foxes, voles, a couple species of snakes and nothing else.
Any list of the most desolate places on the planet should include Antarctica. A vast continent, where people are trying, but can not gain a foothold. Some areas of the continent is so dead that even devoid of bacteria. Others are completely inhabited - penguins, for example, happy to spend time having fun in the vast expanses of Antarctica.
National Park, where there is the most strange and lonely place Gila Wilderness. Here allowed on the day of camping and fishing: nearly a thousand square kilometers is home to bears, moose, beavers and rattlesnakes.