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10 most strange places that no one can visit

It looks like this places were taken out of sci-fy stories, but it is not the case. From volcanoes that could erupt at any moment, lethal cobras and possible experiments on aliens, are some of the anecdotes that surround these locations.

If you are interested in mystery, conspiracy theories and want to know what we are talking about, we share, here, with you 10 weirdest places to visit.

  1. Heard y McDonald Islands – Australia

Since 1947, this islands has been part of the Australian territory in the Indian ocean. They were declared mankind’s natural heritage on 1997 and, both, were uninhabited by humans, the only living beings in an area of 421 km are seals and birds.

Heard island is the biggest in Australia, compounded by 41 glaciers and varied fauna. On 2000, the university of Hawaii reported that the peck Mawson was still active, these places are forbidden due to the unstable weather conditions.

  1. Area 51 – United States
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Watch out with entering Area 51, they take very serious security there. This “ultra-secret” military base in Nevada, United States, has awoken the interest of hundreds of people due to the secrecy used to manage the work developed inside the area. It is an enigma.

It is also known as Groom Lake and Homey Airport. Although, it is unknown the main objective of the location, many conspiracy theories have emerged about advanced weapon tests, planes and, even, extraterrestrial experimentation. On 2015, this last idea was denied.

  1. Isla Quemada Grande – Brazil
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Voce sabia? Uma pequena ilha rochosa brasileira tem chamado atenção ao longo dos últimos cinco séculos por uma característica peculiar: ela é habitada quase que exclusivamente por cobras, mais especificamente da espécie jararaca-ilhoa (Bothrops insularis), encontradas apenas nesta ilha. O local fica a 35km do litoral de São Paulo, entre as cidades de Peruíbe e Itanhaém, e chama-se Ilha da Queimada Grande, também conhecida como Ilha das Cobras. Além da alta concentração de um mesmo animal, a ilha também se destaca por ter o segundo maior aglomerado de cobras por área em todo o planeta. São cerca de 45 cobras por hectaria, a ilha brasileira perde apenas para a Ilha de Shedao, na China. No final do século 19, por causa da implementação de um farol pela Marinha do Brasil, faroleiros que moravam na ilha ateavam fogo na vegetação com o intuito de matar os répteis, daí o nome “Queimada Grande”, resultado das queimadas recorrentes na ilha que podiam ser avistadas no continente. A história da Ilha das Cobras é bem mais antiga em relação à época em que foi encontrada. Ela se formou no final da última era glacial, há cerca de 11 mil anos, quando o nível do mar subiu, separando aquele morro (que fazia parte da Serra do Mar) do continente. A segmentação acabou isolando uma população de jararacas comuns (Bothrops jararaca), que ao longo dos milhares de anos seguintes se diferenciou de suas parentes de continente e se transformaram na Bothrops insularis. A jararaca-ilhoa acabou, então, tornando-se menor e menos pesada do que suas parentes, a fim de facilitar a locomoção durante a caçada nas árvores. A Bothrops insularis também adquiriu a capacidade de agarrar coisas utilizando a cauda, além da dentição ter ganho um aspecto mais curvo, para que possam prender as aves enquanto o veneno age. A Ilha da Queimada Grande é uma Área de Relevante Interesse Ecológico (ARIE) e pertence à Área de Proteção Ambiental (APA) de Cananéia-Iguape-Peruíbe.  Fonte: Jornal Estado de Minas Instagram: ______________________ #geografia #geo #biologia #ecologia #meioambiente #engenhariaambiental #geologia #natureza #nature #curiosidade

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The government decided to prohibit the income of people to Isla Quemada Grande, also known as Isla de las Cobras. It is located in the coast of the state of Sao Paulo. The territory has 430,000 square metres, in there, lives a snake known as “serpiente de la Isla Quemada” or “Bothrops Insularis”, one of the most lethal in the world. According to Discovery Channel, you might find one snake for each square metre.

  1. Isla Poveglia – Italy

Considered as a “cursed island” or known as “Island of deaths”, it is located between Venice and Lido. In the past, it worked as a psychiatric hospital, where it is said patients were tortured, and, at the same time, was used to quarantine more than 160,000 people infested with the bubonic plague. It is said that the sea keeps bringing remains of corpses that lost the battle against the plague.

  1. Cave Lascaux – France

The cave was discovered on 1940 was a shocking event. On its walls, you can find prehistoric paintings. It is believed that those designs data from more than 17,000 years. It was prohibit the entrance due to the fast deterioration that is was presenting the illustrations and the growth of fungus that started.

  1. Ise Sanctuary – Japan

Considered as the most sacred place in Japan. It shares its location with other sacred places as Meoto Iwa and Saiky, in the National Park Ise-Shima. Ise is composed by two main sanctuaries, the Inner and Outer. The Inner is made of 125 oratories, which most of them are restricted.

  1. Island Ni’ihau – Hawai 

Since 1872, it is owned by the Robnsosn Family, who bought the island for $10,000. Since 1915, it is closed to the public the 180 square km of the island. It counts with approximately 130 indigenous Hawaiian inhabitants.

  1. Fort Bhangarh – India

Considered as the most hunted place in India, it is located in Rajasthan. The government decided to regulate the entrance after sunset and before dawn. The inhabitants say that who dares to break the rule and enters, it is never seen again.

  1. Svalbard Global Seed Vault –  Norway

Known as the “Vault of the End of the World”, it was built on 2008 in Island Svalbard with the purpose of preserving the biodiversity and vegetable richness of the earth in case that a catastrophe happens. It is supposed that the underground storage resist volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, floods and other desasters.

  1. Island Surtsey – Iceland

It was named Surtsey after the name of the giant of fire of the Nordic mythology “Surt”. It is the youngest island on the planet that no person can visit. It was formed on 1963 by a violent underwater volcanic eruption. Iceland only allows the access to scientific authorize personal to the island.

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