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Dangerous Side Of Natural Beauty

In this magnificent world are lots of dangerous places to be..With plenty of natural beauty,there is no living world,poor living conditions do not allow..Here is the list of couple places like that,enjoy in beauty but do not live there.

Kamasay valley in Chad

Upland sandstone way through orange dunes in the Tibesti region, a few kilometers from the border with Libya. Orange sand formed by the erosion of the Nubian sandstone

Rub al-Khali, Saudi Arabia

Growing alfalfa for animal feed in the irrigated lands in the desert on the edge of the Wadi al-Davasir. Each circle is almost a kilometer in diameter. Water and fertilizers are sprayed to make the earth a little more fertile. The water comes from a well depth of 100-200 meters, where it has accumulated from rainfall hundreds or even thousands of years ago. Precipitation there was no more for 20 years.

Laguna Colorado, Bolivia

A flock of rare flamingos on lake in Bolivia, which is located at an altitude of 4260 meters in the Andes. The water is colored red algae that flourished through the nutrients contained in the hot springs. On the lake there are several small islands of the Boers, and the largest population of flamingos from all reservoirs desert Altiplano. It is home to three species of flamingos: Andean, Chilean and James flamingos.

Volcano Parinacota, Bolivia

Ice is such an unusual shape is formed mainly in the high deserts of the Andes and the Himalayas at an altitude of 6000 meters. Its formation is caused by a combination of processes of melting and sublimation, evaporation, ice without an intermediate phase of water. The images show the volcano Parinacota altitude 6342 meters. Its elevation above the permanent snow has accelerated over the past decade due to rapid climate change. To the left of the volcano Parinacota Pomerape.

Tegidda N’tesum, Niger

Salt water pool looks like a mosaic on the surface of the desert. Water from shallow wells is mixed with the salty soil, resulting in a suspension. Colors and shades depend on the color of dirt, algae and salt. Salt consumed by local animals.

Unianga-Kebir, Chad

Small huts are scattered on the sandy peninsula of Lake Unianga-Kebir, also known as Joa, in northern Chad. People are living right under the date palms. Fresh water is accumulated from rainfall 5,000 years ago, when the Sahara was wet place, and stored in large Nubian sandstone aquifer, which lies in the Central Sahara.

Rub al-Khali, Oman

Water from time to time out of the mountains and is dissolved in the sand. Bedouins still graze their camels here.

Dasht-Lut, Iran

Megadyuny reach more than 275 meters in height and spread over more than 880 meters. They are formed by strong winds, lifting sand and silt from the place of the dried lake.

Dead Sea, Jordan

The Dead Sea is not only one of the most saline water on the planet, but also the lowest point on Earth’s surface. On the Jordanian shores of the Dead Sea as a result of waves was formed a thick layer of salt crystals and stalactites.

Tassili du Hoggar, Algeria

Beautiful natural rocky peaks sculptures formed under the influence of winds  Central Sahara.

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