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15 Incredible Places Nature Lovers Must See

BRB, checking out an EVERLASTING STORM.

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The fascinating chrystallised calcite boulders on the shores of Moeraki formed the the ocean floor over 60 million years ago, and have since become accessible on New Zealand's shores after millenia of erosion.

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If you're into some serious WTF natural phenomena, you must see Canada's Spotted Lake before you die. The unique mineral composition of the lake reveals brightly coloured spots when water evaporated off the surface in the summertime.

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Popularly know at the "Door to Hell," the origins of Turkmenistan's molten Dravaza Crater are still unclear. The site is located in an area rich in natural gas, and was likely set fire in the 1970s, and has been burning consistently since.

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Exploring the incredible ecosystem of the Amazon Rainforest is a once in a lifetime experience. Biology and botany buffs will be overwhelmed by the mass of unique species the environment supports. Ecolodges like the Ariau Towers cater to visitors interested in studying the area.

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