We have a very bad news for you! There are some honestly mind blowing places that would not be here for much longer. The worst part is that it looks like we can’t able to do anything to stop it.
These places are crumbling, eroding, shrinking and melting away. So if you want to experience the true beauty of these place visit there before it vanished away.
The Everglades (USA)
It is also known as the endangered park in the US country, urban encroachment, rising sea levels and birth of new species have all stand as a big struggle for the Everglades.
Mosques of Timbuktu (Mali)
This world heritage site is hundred years old and is purely made of mud. The problem is that mud oest stand up according to the different climate change. Which means the tie is near when we no longer able to see this old heritage.
The Dead Sea (Israel/Palestine/Jordan)
As you know due to excessive mining operations, around 2 billion gallons of water are being taken from this sea yearly, so if you want to float in the Dead Sea, it’s better to visit there soon.
The Great Wall (China)
The great wall of China is considered the world largest man-made structure. Erosion because of farming has led to broad areas of the wall being damaged completely. Slowly all the walls may get destroyed one day.
Machu Picchu (Peru)
Too many landslides, tourists, as well as erosion due to farming all threaten to damage and destroy completely this heritage site.
The Congo Basin (Africa)
It is one of the biodiverse regions on the earth, various scientists predict that by the year 2040 nearly ⅔ of its animals and plants may be gone.
The Amazon (Brazil)
We all know that the deforestation is the main cause of destroying of a large area of Amazon forest. It is the largest forest in the world and if the situations not handled than the rainforest could unfortunately disappear.
Glacier National Park (USA)
This glacier park has gone from around 125 glaciers in the 1880’s to only 25 today. If this goes like this only then there won’t be single left by 2030.
Tikal National Park (Guatemala)
Thanks to forest burning and looting this heritage site may not exist very much longer.
Joshua Tree National Park (USA)
The California drought has made a straight effect to these desert-dwelling trees. And even it sounds crazy but desserts also need water.
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Madagascar Rainforest (Madagascar)
Once this rainforest spanning 120,000 square miles, unfortunately now down to only 20,000 square miles.
Great Barrier Reef (Australia)
Between increasing ocean acidification and rising sea temperature, this reed’s days seem very less.