You Won't BELIEVE the crazy strange places on our planet, some, have never been visited by humans ! 4. Remote Regions of Siberia Siberia accounts for 77 percent of Russia’s landmass but only 27 percent of it’s population. Let’s go ahead and put that into perspective. California has about the same population as siberia but Siberia is actually 31 times larger than this state, taking up 5.1 million square miles. There have to be a few places here where no man has ever set foot. Most people who made it here, we’re often sent against their will into gulag camps. The population density of this massive chunk of land is about 3 inhabitants per square kilometer making it the most sparsely populated region in the world and for good reason. If you dare to venture off into the far east of Russia, you will come across some of the most brutal conditions on the face on the planet. And how cold does it get here you might be asking? In one case temperatures reached -89 degrees F in a remote village in Eastern Siberia. The siberian winter is no joke folks and it has the power to turn you into a popsicle in a matter of hours. You certainly do not want to end up in a work camp here! The green forests might seem inviting, but you can safely bet your money, they will completely covered in snow by the time october comes. The Sakha republic remains the most unexplored part of Siberia which is home to much unique wildlife 3. Under The Ice Antarctica is the coldest continent on earth with the most extreme temperatures being found right here. Although there are drier areas of the continent such as the mcmurdo dry valley, it’s pretty much impossible to actually set foot on the soil of the continent. 90 percent of the continent is totally engulfed with frozen h20. The thickest ice sheet can be a mile thick in some places and some believe that anywhere from 60-90 percent of earth’s freshwater is frozen here. We may never know what exactly lurks beneath the ice. Scientists were able to drill to the bottom of Lake Vostock, but you better believe no one set foot there. Just recently a massive heat source was found underneath the antarctic ice, proving how volcanic this continent truly is. Scientists believe that 50-110 million years ago, there was no ice on antarctica, which would allow time for dinosaurs to roam around here but not humans. What kind of fossils could be found underneath all this ice? If the heat from the volcano's below continues to rise, some of the ice might melt and expose some of antarctica secrets. 2. The Deepest Depth Of the Amazon People often vastly underestimate the size of the Amazon rainforest which is actually about 3.1 million square miles. Even though there is some deforestation going on here, the truth of the matter is, it’s pretty darn big! This certainly isn’t the most hospitable land for people who are looking to explore and parts of it are probably so dense, that no person will ever step foot there! Sure you can fly over it with drones and planes with cameras but in reality, all you’re seeing is the canopy. Those trees could be over a 100 feet tall, which each one containing it’s own mini ecosystem. Possibly some bugs or animals no one has ever seen before. It’s basically an impenetrable green inferno full of vegetation, insects, bloodthirsty piranhas, swamps and it rains all the time. Many random indigenous people who’ve managed to survive this difficult elements here have only been contacted by loggers here who dug a little bit too deep into the jungle. It’s believed there could still be at least 100 isolated groups. Who knows what kind of treasures or bizarre animals they might find if they keep exploring. 1. The Center of the Earth Even will all of our advanced technology we can still can’t drill any deeper than a few miles into Earth’s crust without experiencing serious problems. It’s possible that we will never have the ability to dig past the crust of the earth due to the extreme heat and toxic gases that would fill the tunnel. The Russians started a drilling project known as the Kola Superdeep borehole which allowed them to reach 40,502 feet but that is only 7.6 miles. Typically, earth’s crust is only about 20 to 30 miles deep before the next layer of earth is exposed which is the mantle. Many scientists have pondered the expensive possibility of drilling to the mantle but this would cost about 1 billion dollars and the hole wouldn’t be thick enough for a human to go down there. Nor would they really want to. During the Kola superdeep project, much of the equipment became faulty and would have to withstand temperatures of over 570 degrees fahrenheit! Who knows what they could have found down there. Some claim the earth might actually be hallow and some type of mole people are living below our feet. ..
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