[SERIOUS] What are some places on earth that remain unexplored because they are too dangerous or difficult to enter?

[SERIOUS] What are some places on earth that remain unexplored because they are too dangerous or difficult to enter?

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  1. The basement of Chernobyl. It is highly radioactive due to the “Elephant’s Foot”. The elephant’s foot is a mass of corium. The corium is compiled of melted concrete, steal beams, nuclear fuel rods, and anything else that melted into it as it melted through the floor. It is so deadly that even now being around it for 300 seconds will cause you to die relatively quickly. Being around it for 30 seconds will cause dizziness, fatigue, and nausea. The mass was caused by the explosion of the power plant which heated the materials to form corium. Chernobyl had to be evacuated and now is rarely visited due to high levels of radiation.

  2. Mount Kailash. It’s sort of forbidden, but there have been attempts and people have reported strange phenomena at the base of the mountain and have found it very difficult to climb

  3. You have to check out The Sentinelese island. This island is still unexplored by anyone because of the tribes living there that constantly reject all contacts with outsiders. They actually kill anyone who dares to go to the island.

  4. Ted Bundy caves in Utah. You aren’t supposed to go in there because of how dangerous it can be and it’s all blocked off with bars and people still go inside. These caves are where Ted Bundy would sometimes dump his victims.

  5. Not truly unexplored but government protected. Plumb Island in Connecticut. Apparently they have been using that for research and testing. Always heard of it growing up and can go near it on boat but always warned to never try to get onto island.

  6. Sand Cave in Mammoth Cave National Park was closed off after a man (can’t remember name) was trapped for TWO WEEKS before dying. It still hasn’t been fully explored

  7. THE BOLTON STRID … A BUCOLIC, INNOCUOUS but lethally dangerous STREAM IN BRITIAN…
    they know why it’s deadly to anyone who enters it.. but no one has challenged it (that I know of)
    I want to know MORE about this, such as who it’s killed ..but apparently the stream doesn’t give up it’s dead..
    Please MRBALLEN can YOU find out more?
    Definitely a” place you shouldn’t go”

  8. I give you the number one place of human exploration not being able to cover : the Amazon rainforest. Even now only parts of it are being explored and I’m not talking about the the Colombian or Paraguayan Amazon, it’s the Brazilian one

  9. Skeleton Coast is a pretty bad one. It has harsh weather, little to no food supply and is scattered with animal remains. It also has large amounts of violence from the local gangs on the island. Like robberies and such

  10. Skeleton Coast (sorry if this is my second comment I don’t know if my previous one posted.) It is a pretty harsh island. It has extremely hot, harsh climate and harsh, hot high winds. The Coast is scattered with remains of large animals like whales, sea turtles and such. Plus there is large amounts of gang violence from locals, such as robberies and muggings

  11. The Screaming Tunnel might be interesting to cover. It’s near the Niagara Falls and said that one night a young girl was trying to hide from her alcoholic dad and ended up dying there. It’s rumored that if you go in there with a wooden match said girl will appear and scream at you, hence the name screaming tunnel.

  12. Hello sir big fan from India
    I think the most deadliest un explored area is the Himalayas and there are some really eerie stories from there.
    I hope it worth while for u to research.
    Thank you

  13. Bhangarh fort in Rajasthan, India. It’s a historical monument and is one of the scarieat places in India. It is believed to have witnessed a number of paranormal activities and people(volunteers) who stayed in to prove that the rumors were untrue, never returned.

    Bhangarh, Rajasthan

  14. Gangkhar Puensum, Bhutan. Tallest unclimbed mountain in the world, 4 expeditions have been made to get up but ill have failed due to weather and safety conditions. We dont know what could be up there.

  15. Definitely the catacombs. Because most of it is unexplored and it only takes one wrong turn (which is really easy to do) to get lost, and then your flash light dies and you die.

  16. It’s all about the deep ocean. We’ve only recently developed the tech to enter deep sea territories and there are more of those, area-wise, than all the land on Earth. Think about that. Think about all the obscure terrestrial species just discovered this century and then think about the fact that they were 100x easier to discover than most of the stuff on the sea floor.

  17. F4 objektum in hungary, its an old now abandoned bunker of the president, thats hard to enter, the interesting thing about it is that f4 means főmunkahely no. 4 or main work place no. 4 wich indicates that there are still 3 out there under budapest, but nobody knows where

  18. North Yungas Road is known as the “Death Road” for all the right reasons that you can guess. Driving up or down this 43-mile (69-kilometer) switchback is extremely dangerous because of fog, landslides, waterfalls and cliffs falling 2,000 feet (610 meters) in each turn. Until 1994, almost 300 drivers were killed every year!!

  19. North Tanzania’s Lake Natron looks and acts a lot like a lake of fire. The lake’s high levels of Natron (sodium carbonate decahydrate) make its waters corrosive to human skin and eyes, sometimes reaching a ph level of over 12.

    The lake also contains red-colored bacteria, resulting in its unique pink-red hues. Even if most species cannot handle the 120-degree lake cyanobacteria have made Natron their home and turned the lake its trademark reds and oranges. Surprisingly, 2.5 million Lesser Flamingos call Lake Natron their home!

  20. Oceans are a obvious one.

    There are also still small island that only gotten a satelite photo.

    Closer to home you may have caves and such that are to inaccessible to fully explore.

  21. Danakil Desert in East Africa have temperatures that regularly exceed 50°C (122°F), volcanoes and geysers that spew toxic gas, your physical health can take a massive hit even after a short time. The most adverse effects occur due to the presence of high concentration of poisoning vapors of sulfur in the region. This region is a volcanically active area and the air temperature in the desert rarely falls below 50 degrees Celsius. Enjoy your stay!

  22. When you are done visiting deadly volcanoes, toxic deserts and remote islands please enjoy a refreshing swim at the top of Victoria Falls , on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Where the devil’s pool will brings you to the edge of a precipice over a hundred meters high above all torrential with a spectaculat view. Please don’t mind that the volume of water can go up in the blink of an eye and potentially lead to a fatal plunge to a watery grave! Some tourists are always lost this way, its part of the experience!

  23. It might be interesting to look into some places like the Nutty Putty Caves, Nazino Island, and the Devil’s Hole. Devil’s Hole is located in Death Valley, and has some interesting history behind it.

  24. There is a lot left to discover in the Amazon. And there is a growing consensus amongst scientist that the Amazon may have been the cradle of civilization long before Mesopotamia.

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