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Dangerous places on earth exist today.

We always hear about the best places to visit and the most beautiful places on earth. But also there are places we should never visit on earth. How about you heck out and share this list of the most dangerous places on earth.

In this list, we explore the most perilous places on earth. Not to mention the spots that are both: as gorgeous as they are deadly. Our planet never fails to surprise us, with incredible sights—and dangers—on every continent.

1 North Sentinel Island:

The North Sentinel Island politically is part of India. It is one of a cluster of islands belonging to India. However, is this island truly a part of India, or the world as a whole, considering the harsh stance its native residents have towards outsiders.

They reject any and all contact with others and even killed two Indian fishermen in 2006 who drifted too close to the island. The Indian government did not try to prosecute the deaths and has established a 3-mile exclusion zone around the island.

No one knows how or by what means the people there live and survive. No one has ever gone there and came back alive.

2 Snake Island:

The Island of Ilha da Queimada Grande has another moniker: Snake Island. This Island is part of the Brazilian territory.

There are so many venomous snakes living there that visitors are prohibited. It is said that snakes inhabit that Island fully. It’s the only habitat in the world of the golden lancehead viper, an extremely poisonous type of snake. It is normal to see snakes scurrying about normally in the Island. No human lives there. Going there would be like signing a death warrant.

Good thing they’re comfortably cut off from the rest of us!

3 Lake Natron:

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. Swimming in this Lake would be equal to suicide. No one has attempted it yet.

4 The Bermuda Triangle:

This place is already Legendary, the Bermuda Triangle is one of the most feared areas in the world. The Triangle can roughly be described as the expanse of ocean between San Juan, Puerto; Miami, Florida; and Bermuda. Of course, many ships and airplanes (both commercial and industrial) travel this area today.

However, a string of mysterious disappearances there has led people to speculate on everything from magnetic force to the lost city of Atlantis. While most cases can be explained logically, there are a couple of strange outliers.

But a full plane and 2 ships have mysteriously disappeared from there and are unexplained till now.

5 The Gates of Hell:

The Darvaza gas crater in Turkmenistan is nicknamed the “Gates of Hell.” It’s a natural gas field inside of an underground cavern; geologists set it on fire to prevent the spread of methane gas, and it’s been burning since 1971. It has been on fire for 49 years!

The surrounding area is a popular camping ground—where else in the world can you say you’re standing at the gates of Hell?

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