10 Most Dangerous Places On Earth That’ll Leave You Stunned

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10 Most Dangerous Places On Earth That’ll You Stunned
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Many of us live in safe cities, protected and away from danger, and many of us don’t have much to fear when it comes to the places we live in. However, there are some places so dangerous that you might think twice about visiting. From a place where tons of crocodiles gather to feast, to a place so dangerous one dare not visit, we journey to 10 Most Dangerous Places on Earth.

10. The Danakil Desert, Eritrea – Welcome to a place many call an alien world that is also the hottest place on the planet, that is by measuring the average year-round temperature of 34.4 Celsius. It is so hot here that the dry air and the dust suck the moisture from your mouth and eyes.

9. Valley of, Kamchatka, Russia – According to legend, this place was found by two hunters in the 1930’s and it lies at the foot of a volcano in Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula. How this place got its name is from animal carcasses lying in the valley every spring. and poisonous gas leaks from the ground here.

8. Madidi National Park, Bolivia – This location may be the most biologically diverse place on Earth. It has 1088 species of birds and 1868 vertebrates. Animals in this park range from the 660-pound lowland Tapir down to the tiny bug eating Spix’s disk-winged bat which weighs just 4 grams.

7. Sinabung Volcano, Indonesia – Volcanoes are naturally dangerous as we all know. So we can probably spare you the details of what it would be like to be barbeque if you are thrown inside of one. However, this ancient Indonesia Volcano recently erupted February 18th of 2018 and the eruption lasted for almost 5 minutes.

6. Afar Depression, Ethiopia –The Afar region in Ethiopia is a barren landscape that is the location of three separate pieces of the Earth’s crust. It’s called the Afar Triple Junction. These three pieces of crust are all pulling away from each other. The stress from the pulling apart produces all kinds of natural events such as volcanoes, cracks, faults, gas vents, and hot springs.

5. Bermuda Triangle – Also called the Devils Triangle, this section of the North Atlantic Ocean is a triangle area from the end of Florida, the Bermuda Island, and Puerto Rico. This region between these places has some mystery that surrounds it because of many mind-boggling disappearances. Some of the stories include a group of 5 US Torpedo Bombers that vanished in the triangle in 1945

4. Cahills Crossing, Australia – Crocodiles have been around for millions, millions, and millions of years. They were even around during the time of the dinosaurs and making meals out of them. The most dangerous spot to be on the planet when it comes to crocodiles is Cahills Crossing.

3. Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela – There are many interesting places on Earth each with their own wonders and dangers. If you were looking for the place that has the most lighting on Earth, then look no farther than Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela.

2. Sumatra – Indonesia – There are about 400 volcanoes in Indonesia and a string of these volcanoes runs through Sumatra. Of these 127 of them are active. Despite Mount Sinabung being here, tourists must watch out for Orangutans who can apparently become a little too playful, but there is also other dangerous wildlife.

1. San Pedro Sula – Honduras – You might think that the most dangerous places in the world all have something to do with the dangerous creatures living in it, or the natural dangers. But as we all know, nothing is more dangerous than the human being. San Pedro Sula is one of the most dangerous places in the world and not because of volcanoes or man-eating crocodiles.

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26 Responses

  1. K Law says:

    If you people don't know, the coral reefs are REALLY Dangerous. For all the poison animals!!!!

  2. Emil Salo says:

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  3. RDC says:

    "Funding for violence prevention" Lmao

  4. Tabatha Creedence says:

    oh no a snek watch out girls

  5. Curious George says:

    Gubbiments most dangerous

  6. jcllings says:

    There's no such thing as a safe City. Car wrecks. Pollution. Crime. Cops who shoot first and ask questions later.

  7. jcllings says:

    That volcano totally kicked Indoneasia's ash. 😉

  8. Ancient Warrior says:

    So street with one single snake is supposed to be extremly dangerous place? Boy come to north, we have 1m tall grass full of snakes.

  9. Sam says:

    I came here because of a little knowledge boost.

  10. Gazz_TFP says:

    Let me guess: 9 of them are in Australia and the 10th in the middle of a volcano?

  11. Jeremy MacDonald says:

    I’m Australian so this list is kind of meh.

  12. Judith Obuje says:

    Am dangerous…don't visit me

  13. Tony Soprano says:

    On October 2, the 40-year-old ship was declared missing, and an extensive search operation was launched by the United States Coast Guard, with help from the Air Force, Air National Guard, and Navy. They recovered debris and a damaged lifeboat, and spotted (but could not recover) an unidentifiable body. El Faro was declared sunk on October 5. The search was called off at sunset on October 7, by which time more than 183,000 sq nmi (630,000 km2; 242,000 sq mi) had been covered by aircraft and ships. The Navy sent the USNS Apache to conduct an underwater search for El Faro on October 19, 2015.[5] The Apache identified a vessel on October 31 "consistent with [the El Faro] cargo ship…in an upright position and in one piece."[6] The next day, November 1, the Navy announced a submersible had returned images that identified the wreck as the El Faro.[7]

  14. Rissa Weaver says:

    Am I the only one that had like 85336790 million ads

  15. Alan Murray says:

    No stock photos of orangutan I take it?

  16. Youggle-It ....... if-n ya can't fix-it. says:

    i like your videos, and watch pretty much all of them. but can't you turn down the back ground music? it's very annoying, so annoying that it'll lose you views.

  17. Wilma Hicks says:

    I think they all were dangerous places. Not visiting any of them.

  18. Kev Electric Highway says:

    The level of interest though!

  19. KennyMan Tillman says:

    My reason for not getting on a Boat #13

  20. G_Crimeboss says:

    Most saface place on earth is 6 foot under, lol

  21. SharpTheDemon says:


  22. Prone Elite says:

    Really interesting facts. Even though im 14 still like things fun to know

  23. simon jackson says:

    How are fruit bats going to hurt you…

  24. RH3X glitches59 says:

    4th comment but I love all ur vids and this one

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  26. D Ramos says:

    You came because of the thumbnail

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