Australia: Diving through the remains of a shipwreck
It sank in 1911 off the coast of Australia, now this ship is considered one of the greatest wreck dives in the world. This is the S.S. Yongala. 🐠⚓️
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It's not the most well known gorge on the planet, but it's definitely one of the most unique. Welcome to Tarn Gorge in France.
What is the difference between stalactites and stalagmites?
Stalactites, stalagmites… What is exactly the difference between both? 🤔
The Atacama, the oldest desert in the world
This is one the driest places on Earth. Yet, life in the Atacama Desert has adapted to thrive in these extreme conditions. 🌷
China: Yellow Dragon Valley's exceptional landscape
This hidden treasure takes you past over 2,500 natural pools and stunning waterfalls. Oh, and it's also a UNESCO World Heritage site. 😏 This is the "Yellow Dragon Valley."
Why the Red River in Spain fascinates scientists
Spain’s Red River is not just a spectacular landscape, it’s a scientific wonder. It might even be a sign that life on Mars is possible.
3 wonders found in the Philippines
A reef where fish can leave peaceful lives, a tree with a multi-colored trunk, a river which runs under the ground surface… This may seem surreal, but these places do exist. Here are 3 wonders found in the Philippines.
In the United States, the seascape of Cape Perpetua
On the Oregon coast, the meeting of land and sea give rise to spectacular phenomena. This is the seascape of Cape Perpetua.
Niue declared world's first 'Dark Sky nation'
As light pollution increases across the globe, a small Pacific island is making every effort to protect its starry nights. Welcome to Niue, the world's first 'Dark Sky Nation'. ⭐️
Living root bridges made of living plants
These living root bridges are made of living plants and get more stable with time. 🌳 (via Brut nature)