Eric Rolfs | Top Five Unexplored Places On Earth

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Eric Rolfs will tell you about top five unexplored places on the Earth. Man has revealed earth’s many secrets with the help of machines, vehicles, research and development. Most of the places on earth are accessible now with improvement in infrastructure and technology. Eric Rolfs believes with so much advancement in technology still there is so much to explore on earth.

1 – Caves

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Deep, winding, dark, slippery and uninhabitable, the caves remains one of the least explored and documented places on earth. Caving is very popular in Australia, Italy, France, UK and United States etc. Hence most of the caves currently documented are majorly from Europe, Asia, North America, and Australia.

2 – Amazon Rainforest

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The Amazon rainforest consist of 50% of the world’s rainforests. The biodiversity of Amazon Rainforest is extremely vast as it supports numerous types of plant species, birds and mammals. The climate and surroundings of rainforest and the mysteries revolving around it have invoked the interests of many large expeditions for explorations. However, its habitat has impeded thorough exploration of this region.

3 – Antarctica

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No one exactly knows what lies beneath the icy terrain of Antarctica, with ice sheets almost 2 miles thick; it is also one of the coldest places on earth. Scientists believe that there is a network of rivers, streams and stony land makes up its geography. Recently, the discovery of some sub-glacial lakes has opened a new chapter in Antarctica’s exploration.

4 – Mariana Trench & Deep Sea Ocean

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The deepest and darkest place in the ocean is the 35,800 feet deep Mariana Trench which is also one of the least explored places on earth. Due to its depth and pressure of up to 1,000 atmospheres, we have not much knowledge of the oceans & sea life. The study of ocean may help scientists that how these sea creatures’ lives under such harsh conditions.

5 – Deserts

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Very few explorations have been conducted on Deserts because of the extremely harsh conditions for the survival of humans. The desert exploration is very difficult due to the harsh conditions and the explorers may die due to scarcity of water. Scientists and extreme adventurers venture into deserts for research and thrill.

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