(Last Updated On: February 10, 2018)

Travel, yes, it is one of the most important tasks to cover in life, because it makes us feel alive. You will get a taste of new places, different cultures and beautiful people, who all will welcome you with open arms. Travelling, no doubt grows you as a human, so that you can feel everything without touching them. You only need one backpack and a pair of sports shoes, and you are all set to wander around the world. But there are some places which are always hidden and only some people have an idea about it. So, how to get the link of these places? Well, we have solved this problem with this piece of work, where you will get all the unexplored places around the world. Yes, you can explore them now, just pick up your camera and start stuffing it with memories.

  1. Encounter Contemporary Life Species at Melville Range, Australia

    Pic Credit: Cnn

    Pic Credit: Cnn

    An expedition to the remote part of North Eastern Australia can lead to confrontations with three new species of vertebrates. Surrounded by almost blocked chunks of granite, the misty area has been cut off for millions of years and dubbed a “lost world”. Find a frog living in a field with no water and spot a relatively large leaf-tailed gecko, wrapped in a skin that allows it to camouflage amongst the rocks and trees. Somewhere between the rocks, catch sight of a new species of skink running and jumping across its rocky environment with unusually long limbs. A visit to this place will give room to a curiosity regarding the species, yet undiscovered.

  2.  A Ghostly Creature Awaits You in The Dense Forests of Venezuela

    Pic Credit: cacaotravel-venezuela

    Pic Credit: cacaotravel-venezuela

    Inhabiting a secluded cave of Sima Hubolt, there exists a creature, waiting for your arrival, or you can say, for its meal. Once a famous jungle pilot Harry Gibson happened to fly over this mysterious mountain and came across two gigantic holes, perforating the beautiful green forest of the most remote areas of South-Eastern Venezuela. The discovery, led to the possibility of the existence of ancient gargantuan animals. The place named after one of the discoverers, Sima Hubolt, stands apart from other mountains of the region, being the only mountain masked with dense forests. Bundle up immense courage and visit the place possessing unravelled mysteries, first ascertained by the Indians of South America.

  3. Unfamiliar Species Find Room in The Least Friendly Vents

    of East Scotia Ridge

    Pic Credit: Wikimedia

    Pic Credit: Wikimedia

    Life will acquire a way to thrive, even in the least likely places like the East Scotia Ridge. The hydrothermal vents of the Southern Ocean near Antarctica, having a depth of about 8000 ft. below the surface, are a habitat of varied undiscovered species, including sea anemones, starfish and yeti crabs. These regions are camouflaged in complete darkness and temperatures there can reach near 700 degrees Fahrenheit. The new species are colorless because light does not penetrate to the depths where the creatures are found. The discovery has left discoverers optimistic to unravel new species on the planet, even in the secluded places where even light cannot penetrate.

  4. Mysterious Land of Palawan Encapsulates The Secretive Species of Flora and Fauna

    Pic Credit: Bestamazingplacesonearth

    Pic Credit: Bestamazingplacesonearth

    Palawan, the place entitled with the honor, “Emerald City” due to its crystal blue waters, amazing dive spots, and a plethora of picturesque views, is undoubtedly one of the shoot locations of many classic movies like the Bourne Legacy, The Beach and The World is Not Enough from the James Bond series. The mysterious place provides shelter to many endemic species of flora and fauna, some of which are marked their existence in the eyes of humans, while plenty of them are yet to be discovered. It seems that the place has hidden its identity from the wishful eyes of humans, who have tormented all the known wonders of ever generous nature.

  5. A Land Dripping with New Life Forms Marks its Existence Around The Crater of Mount Bosavi

    Pic Credit: Urbanghostsmedia

    Pic Credit: Urbanghostsmedia

    The jungle crater of Mount Bosavi in Papua New Guinea left the scientists from the BBC Natural History captivated with the discovery of a new life form in mere 30 seconds. More than fifteen varieties of frogs made their way into the list of newly discovered species on the very first expedition by a team of scientists. The jungle surrounding the 1,000-metre high crater walls of Bosavi affirms existence of gigantic insects, 20 cm long butterflies, a tree kangaroo and a fat-lipped fish. An inhabitant rat is about to etch its name onto the top of the list of the largest rats in the world.

  6. Life Emerges Out of The Murkiest Places on The Globe

    Pic Credit: Bbci

    Pic Credit: Bbci

    Movile Cave near Mangalia gives shelter to more than fifteen exotic species of invertebrates, thriving in the least friendly environmental conditions. In the absence of a single ray of sunlight since millions of years, the creatures seem to have found an alternative of solar energy, which is known to support life forms, almost everywhere. Three species of spiders, a centipede, four species of terrestrial, a leech never seen anywhere else in the world and an unusual insect named water scorpion have marked their presence into the list of newly discovered species on this planet. Due to the complete absence of light, all the animals in the cave have lost their ability to see, and their bodies have lost all pigmentation.

  7. Unravel The Island that Unpacks Million Year Old Mysteries

    Pic Credit: Huffpost

    Pic Credit: Huffpost

    An island that remained isolated for millions of years marks its existence as one of the most secretive places flourishing on the boundaries of Brazil, Venezuela, and Guyana. Mount Rorima encapsulates the world within itself. A world populated by the rarest of plant and animal species, living in complete harmony with each other. Being a part of the range that ages back to billions of years, it seems the island is flourishing amidst the dense white clouds, giving it an appearance of a lost land. Featuring one of the highest waterfalls of the world, the island is a home of abundant species, including the Rorima bush toad, endemic to the secluded island.

  8. Even The Deepest Part of The Ocean, Challenger Deep, isn’t at Peace these Days

    Pic Credit: Ytimg

    Pic Credit: Ytimg

    The deepest part of the ocean with depth greater than 7 miles, isn’t as quiet as it is assumed to be. With depth more than the height of the tallest mountain on the earth, Mount Everest, it is usually assumed that a place like this must be damped with outright silence, but the truth is at total contrast from the assumption. It was assumed that apart from foot-long shrimp-like crustaceans, sea cucumbers and giant amoebas, the lightless area is desolate of any life form. But the vehement sounds recorded from a microphone dropped into the deep waters is owed to have emerged from huge source of energy, rumbling earthquakes and high winds surfacing at the bottom of the ocean.

  9. A Cave Sheltering a Forest, not a Forest Sheltering a Cave

    Pic Credit: smithsonianmag

    Pic Credit: smithsonianmag

    A breath-taking adventure is about to unravel only for 224 tourists this year who will be permitted to travel to the cave of uncertainties, Son Doong Cave. A local got to know about the existence of the cave in 1991 and later in 2009, it caught people’s attention when a photographer explored this place, having a river with sparkling water in its vicinity. Put ropes and harness in your backpack and rappel 80 meters to reach the floor of the cave where several unknown species of flora and fauna await for your arrival. The mystic land of Son Doong contains vast caverns, which fill the 5.5 mile long interior.

  10. Life Finds its Way at Lake Vostok

    Pic Credit: inquisitr

    Pic Credit: inquisitr

    Lake Vostok in Antarctica, which remained sealed up by four kilometers of ice for millions of years, has now got into the limelight as researchers have reported that life is thriving at that most unlikely place. The place is into the news these days due to discovery of 3500+ extensive species. The life they found is not entirely bacterial. About 100 species of eukaryotic organisms and above 100 multicellular species are living in the lake from a long time. It’s still a wonder how life can survive on such meagre availability of energy. Controverting to the discovery of new life forms, there is also a possibility that the discovered material might be contamination or ancient life lying dead but preserved since the ice was laid down.

 

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