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Vanishing Wonders

These places are among top ten to see as they might not be available for our future generations.

  • The Dead Sea Phenomenon: The Dead Sea is being drained and if this process is not stopped or at least suspended then this miraculous place might be lost. Originally, the Dead Sea was formed by cutting the River Jordan for getting drinking water supply. The lake’s water level is being lowered up to a meter a year.
  • Solomon Islands: Tetapare is one of the largest uninhabited tropical islands in the Southern Hemisphere. Schools of black-tipped reef sharks surround the island, but the island might share a fate of other islands of the Solomon archipelago, which were ruined by volcanos, tsunami and earthquakes; and sank by the sea water level rise.
  • Maldives: Maldives are the lowest lying country on Earth is in danger of the rising water level of the Indian Ocean, especially the capital Male. By 2099 scientists predict its rise up to extra 60 centimeters.
  • National Park in Montana: Due to the climate change the mountain will lose its glaciers by 2020.
  • Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania: The highest mountain in Africa might lose its glacier in next 10 to 15 years. Its glaciers have shrunk by 80 percent in the past century according to the UN. Global warming and landscape changes are the reasons for vanishing glaciers.

Oversy Team 10.Jul.2012

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