On our planet there are a huge number of incredibly beautiful natural objects.
However, some of them every year closer and closer to extinction. We collected 16 seats that will disappear in the next 100 years.
Popular Islands around Madagascar regularly attract thousands of tourists from all corners of the globe. And at the same time, few people know that in the next 60-110 years Seychelles Islands will completely disappear. The reason for this is erosion of the coast.
The Mayan ruins of Tikal National Park, Guatemala
In the National Park of Tikal are ruins, which were left to us by the Maya civilization. Because of the looting and burning of forests this piece of history can be destroyed even in the near future.
Mangrove forest the Sundarbans, India and Bangladesh
The Sundarbans is the largest forest of mangrove trees in the world. Here is home to many unique species of plants and animals that are under constant threat of extinction. Deforestation and pollution has led to beach erosion that will destroy in the next 100 years this forest.
The Glaciers Of Patagonia, Argentina
One of the most beautiful places in the world are glaciers of Patagonia. Unfortunately, low rainfall, as the increase is not going to benefit glaciers. As a result, the glaciers constantly shrinking.
Outer banks, North Carolina
Strip of sandy Islands of the Outer banks located off the coast of North Carolina. Today these Islands are in the process of destruction, endangering the Cape Hatteras lighthouse, which was built in 1870.
Forest Of Madagascar
Due to frequent fires and massive deforestation the forests of Madagascar will last about 35 years.
Glacier national Park, Montana
Over the past 15 years the number of glaciers in the National Park Glaisher decreased from 150 to 25. In a few decades there will not be to count any of the glacier.
In the last couple of years Venice is sinking constantly. And signs to stop the rising water is not. So go immediately to Venice and remember this city.
Machu Picchu, Peru
Millions of tourists annually visit the ruins of the Inca Empire Machu Picchu. On average, day visitors to the ruins are about 2,500 people. However, in the near future, the ruins can be destroyed due to landslides and erosion. But in this case you can still take action.
The Galapagos Islands
These Islands do not suffer from natural disasters, and from us, the people. Many tourists have a negative impact on the ecosystem of the Islands, this directly leads to the complete destruction of the vegetation on the Islands.
The Congo river basin, Africa
In the Congo river basin is the largest rainforest on our planet. It grows more than 10,000 varieties of plants and home to over 1500 animals and birds. However, the U. N. estimates that 2⁄3 of forests (this includes animals) can completely cease to exist in the next twenty years.
Dead sea, Jordan and Israel
Over the last 4 decades the water level in the Dead sea fell by 12 meters. This is due to the fact that the nearest to him of the country use water from the river Jordan, which is the only river feeding the Dead sea. According to the forecasts of the Dead sea will disappear in 50 years.
Every year the snow cover of the Alps becomes less than 3%. For easy calculations all the snow away by 2050.
The combination of 9 Islands annually goes under the water more and more. By the way, here is a very well developed tourism and it attracts a few tourists.
The great barrier reef, Australia
This reef is the largest reef of coral in the world. Due to the increase in temperature and acid pollution, the reef is destroyed, and by 2040, the reef will be completely destroyed.
A tiny island country in the Indian ocean every year sinks deeper and deeper under the water. The reason for this is climate change. On assurances of scientists, in 100 years the Maldives will completely go under water.
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