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Get Ready To Know About The Most Otherworldly Places on Earth!

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Ours is a fascinating planet with mysteries unsolved and places undiscovered. There are some places that are so weirdly intriguing, that you might wonder if they really belong on Earth! Here are some that will amaze you! 

Get Ready To Know About The Most Otherworldly Places on Earth!:

  1. Mauritania
  2. New Zealand
  3. Venezuela
  4. United States
  5. Colombia

Day 1. The Richat Structure, Mauritania

The Richat Structure, Mauritania
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Monikered “Eye of the Sahara”, the Richat Structure is situated in Mauritania and is a strange circular feature of intriguing patterns. Speculations run rife about its formation- from being a result of a volcanic eruption to being the location for a meteoric impact. Though the equidistant rings and the perfect sphere remain a mystery!

Day 2. The Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand

The Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand
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A sight all too familiar to the visitors of the Koekohe Beach in the South island of New Zealand, the Moeraki Boulders are basically numerous medium to large sized rocks (that can reach 12-feet in circumference), that have a very peculiar appearance and color, owing to the minerals in the vicinity, making them resemble 'dragon eggs' (fictional) at times!

Day 3. Mount Roraima, Venezuela

Mount Roraima, Venezuela
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Unlike any mountain you'd ever chance upon, Mount Roraima would have you believe that it is in fact a plateau! For starters, it has a flat top instead of a traditional peak and to add to this, there's remarkable amount of wildlife and vegetation at a considerable height!

Day 4. Sailing Stones Of Death Valley

Sailing Stones Of Death Valley
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Sailing stones in Death Valley, California, are known to move without assistance from either humans or animals and are a topic of interest among tourists and scientists alike. Over time, many stones move and create different patterns on the ground with no apparent fixed trajectory! Besides, the night sky in Death Valley is a hot favourite for photography and time-lapse videos. 

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Day 5. Caño Cristales, Colombia

Caño Cristales, Colombia
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Known commonly as the “The Most Beautiful River in the World”, this river turns into something else entirely in the months of September, October and November. The millions of plants growing underwater and the clarity of water comine to give the river yellow, pink, red, green and blue shades.

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