Saturday, September 7, 2019

7 alien scenes are real on Earth

Not only appearing in sci-fi scenes, but beautiful and magical locations that confuse many people like on the other planet will also satisfy your curiosity.

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Danakil Depression
Danakil Depression of Afar, Ethiopia, is like a "hell on earth". Danakil is 125 meters below sea level and has an average temperature of 34.5 degrees Celsius. It has many sulfur streams, volcanoes, geysers, acidic lakes, colorful mineral lakes scattered in the area. Photo: Vladislav T. Jirousek.

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Naica Cave
Naica Cave (Mexico): Many people think that the scene here is exactly like a distant planet in fiction movies. This cave is located at a depth of about 300 m, connected to Naica mine (Chihuahua, Mexico). It possesses countless giant quartz crystal intertwined. Naica was discovered in April 2000 when miners were digging a branch into a new tunnel. Photo: National Geographic.

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Borup Fiord Pass
Borup Fiord Pass is the site of surreal scenery on Ellesmere Island (Canada). For a long time, this place appeared a yellow ribbon, smelling, like the Europa moon surface of Jupiter. This piece is created from salty springs spewing sulfur. Scientists have found microbial communities here and used them to study life from afar. Photo: A Cosmobiologist's Dream.
Svalbard is an archipelago located between Norway and the North Pole. It is one of the few northernmost inhabited areas of the world. You can see the aurora in the winter. In the summer, the sun shines for 24 hours. Currently, the archipelago has 7 national parks and more than 15 bird sanctuaries. Photo: OceanWide Expeditions.
Wadi Rum
Wadi Rum, also known as "Ground Mars", is located south of Jordan, about 300 km from the capital Amman. This arid land possesses many sandstone mountains surrounding it, creating a fanciful beautiful valley. Over millions of years, the mountains here have been eroded to form unique shapes by the impact of rain, wind, dust ... Photo: Hamdan Yoshida.
Andean plateau
Stretching about 10,500 km2 on an altitude of 3,656 m in the Andean plateau (Bolivia), Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt field in the world. This is Bolivia's most popular tourist destination. Each year, the destination attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors exploring the unique landscape. Photo: National Geographic.
Mono is a shallow salt lake in the desert east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains (California, USA). This lake has no outlet to the sea so the accumulated salt is quite high. Therefore, Mono is an ideal habitat for many species of saltwater shrimp. When you come here, visitors will see limestone towers floating on the water with strange shapes. The towers are more visible when the water level in the lake is gradually drying up. Photo: Revitalization.

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