MOST DEADLY PLACES ON EARTH
Starting from beautiful and charming nature to its shifting tectonic plates, Earth is a big place to leave you astonished with its beauty as well as destroying capabilities. Earthquakes, floods and other natural disasters kill many people every year. No one knows how the next decade will shape out, but some areas have more reason to worry than others. So here are few places that will leave your mouth open ones you get to know why these places are most deadly.
JAVA AND SUMATRA, INDONESIA
These islands face the most natural disaster any place has ever faced. Droughts, floods, earthquakes, landslides, volcanoes and tsunamis all threaten Indonesia, and Java and Sumatra have the highest risk. Nearly thousands and lakhs of people die because of these natural disasters occurring almost every month or a year.
SNAKE ISLAND, BRAZIL
Yes, you get a hint of what it actually is just by its name. Doesn’t it sound horrific? Well, it may not sound so for people who love snakes but what about an island full of snakes? This place is located somewhere off the coast of Brazil and is considered to be one of the dangerous places of the world. You can find the most venomous snake in this island in a huge number.
VALLEY OF DEATH, RUSSIA
This valley is called valley of death because of the fact that neither humans nor plants (living beings) cannot survive there. There is high concentration of toxic gases present in this valley which makes it difficult for any human being to survive there.
LAKE NATRON, TANZANIA
This lake actually looks like a landscape when seen in a picture. It counts as one of the deadliest places on earth because living beings die when they come in contact with its water because of the alkali salt crust present on its surface. Isn’t it fascinating to know that we live in a planet which can be so dangerous and so beautiful at the same time? Well, there is a lot more about it you still don’t know.