15 Wonderful Places You Should Visit Before They Disappear

The earth may appear to be one giant marble of rock, magma, ice and water to us, but it really is nothing more than a speck of dust in the grand scheme of the universe. But humans, with all their technologies, decades of rampant growth and numerical advantage have been completely unable to make the blue marble subservient to their whims and desires. The following exotic locations which will disappear from the map in the future are a testimony to our utter helplessness.

The Seychelles

Rising sea levels pose a serious threat to the Seychelles Islands which are gradually sinking and will become submerged underwater. This can pose a major threat to birds and marine life which life on the islands. Estimated time: 50 years.

Mount Kilimanjaro

The most defining features of Mount Kilimanjaro are the snowcaps which graciously rest atop the peeks. But because of global warming, the snow is eventually melting into nothingness and will soon disappear from existence. Some say it could be as soon as 2020.

The Sundarbans Islands

Sea levels are rising more than twice the global average in Sundarbans which is rest below sea level. There are dozens of islands which contain more than 4000 miles of water and land. Estimated time is around 20 years.

Patagonia’s glaciers

Glaciers are the lifeblood of Patagonia and are one of the major sources of fresh water for the entire world. They are melting at a fast pace throughout. The ice field stretches across vast swatches of land of over 16,800 square kilometers.

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