Thursday, July 12, 2018

10 Most Dangerous Waters In The World

There are many clean and beautiful rivers and bodies of water on the planet. These are places where many people visit to enjoy the water and the breathtaking scenery. However, there are bodies of water on the planet that are so dangerous that one dare not enter. From a river that actually bleeds black, to a body of water so hot no one has dared measure the temperature, we take you on a journey of the 10 Most Dangerous Waters In The World.

10. Buri ganga River
– it is known as a river that bleeds black. In India, Dhaka’s leather processing zone is in the middle of one of the most densely populated residential neighbor hood.

9. The Strid in England -
The Bolton Strid has all the charm of a picturesque country creek, burbling along among moss-covered stones in a wooded stretch of Yorkshire, England. Its banks are only about six feet apart.

8. The Amazon River -
Mention ‘terror zing creatures of the Amazon River’ and most people will immediately think of only two animals: the piranha and the anaconda.

7. Fukushima in Japan -
Seven years ago, three nuclear reactors were crippled in Fukushima, Japan, when a tsunami knocked out power to the cooling units and flooded the generators mistakenly kept at sea level.

6. Rio Tinto, Spain -
The area takes its name from the extraordinary rusty-red river that flows from the mountains down through the mining area. This unearthly, reddish river in southwestern Spain is unlike any you've ever seen before.

5. Lake Natron, Tanzania -
Located in East Africa, the United Republic of Tanzania is home to many natural wonders, among which is the eerie Lake Natron.

4. The Drake Passage -
A trip to Antarctica is on many traveler's bucket lists. But an expedition to the icy southern continent comes with its own set of challenges. One of them is the Drake Passage, a body of water between Cape Horn in South America and the South Shetland Islands in Antarctica.

3. Padma river –
Around 100 villages have been flooded due to the onrush of water from near constant rainfall, leaving more many people who live around the Padma river marooned.

2. Dominica’s Boiling Lake -
Dominica Boiling Lake is located in Morne Trois Pitons National Park, in Dominica. It is the second largest boiling lake in the world, after the Frying Pan Lake, located in Waimangu Valley, New Zealand.

1. The Yamuna -
In India’s crowded capital, the entire Yamuna is siphoned off for human and industrial use and replenished with toxic chemicals and sewage from more than 20 drains. Those who enter the water emerge caked in dark, glutinous sludge.

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