5 amazing scraps of the planet, still untapped by man


Over the past 100 years, the world’s population has grown 5 times, from 1.6 to 7.8 billion people! But despite this, there are still many sparsely populated regions in the world.

The southern territory of the planet is perhaps the most uninhabitable. Endless frosts and winds, lack of settlements and infrastructure, four-month darkness, active volcanoes are just a part of the phenomena due to which this continent is still poorly studied by man.

There is no permanent population here

The largest island on the planet, with an area of ​​more than 2 million square kilometers, is 80% covered with ice. Because of this, most of Greenland is completely lifeless — there are no animals or people here.

There are no roads between the few villages.

An uninhabited island with an area of ​​only 12 km²,

However, people do not come here either for recreation or for living, with most of the neighboring islands thriving. Palmyra is often called an anomalous and mystical place, near which shipwrecks often occur.

The uniqueness of this waterfall is that it is literally buried in greenery. The location is ideal for tourism, but lost in the wilderness of the Hawaiian Islands. Here, small streams of water gently flow down from a height of over 100 meters, descend into the dam and continue on their way.

Among the local population, this waterfall is called the «Wall of Tears». Due to the fact that Honokohau is not located in the most convenient conditions, this place has managed to preserve its virgin natural beauty.

Interest in the waterfall appeared after the release of the film «Jurassic Park», filmed in this region. And although tourists are interested in this unusual place, there is still practically nothing to relax here.

Another abandoned piece of land at the edge of the planet, located in the Pacific Ocean and more than 3000 km away from the mainland. Due to the remoteness from the mainland, there are not many tourists on the islands of the Hawaiian archipelago. Although the weather conditions for recreation are ideal here: the average water temperature is about 25 ° C.

But there is also one significant problem: the islands

In fact, there are many more places uninhabited by man — hundreds and even thousands. Siberia, for example, has so far been developed only in the south, and no one lives in the deserts of Africa and Asia. Perhaps someday we will be able to populate the entire planet, but this is unlikely to happen in the near future.

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