Great Barrier Reef, Australia
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world, located in Queensland, Australia. This area is spread over an area of 1680 miles. According to experts, this coral reef will disappear in the future. There are about 1500 species of shelter here. Some of these special species of fish are found only here. Reports say that in the last 30 years, due to coral bleaching and global warming, about 50 percent of it has been lost. According to estimates, the Great Barrier Reef will be irreversibly damaged by 2030.
Madagascar Island, Southeast Africa
Madagascar, the fourth largest island in the world, is an island country in the Indian Ocean off the southern coast of Africa. This can be the best place for those who are interested in wildlife. Because about two-thirds of the chameleons, 50 species of lemons and many other animals live here. Deforestation has become a big problem here. About 90 percent of the forests of this island have been lost. You will be surprised to know that in Madagascar, whether children or old people or women or men, all people wear the same clothes. This dress is called ‘Lamba’ in the local language. According to reports, many unrecorded endemic species of Madagascar will be lost before they can be discovered. Scientists also estimate that we may lose Madagascar Island in the next 35 years.
Dead Sea, Jordan and Israel border
You must have heard the name of Dead Sea. This sea is famous as the deepest salt water lake in the world. It is said that there is a buoyancy in the water of this sea, but no one drowns in it due to the pressure of salt. Because of this, there is always a crowd of tourists here. But now it is slowly dying. Here the water level is falling at the rate of about 3 feet every year. Experts believe that this place will end soon.
Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
The Galapagos Islands are a small world in the middle of their ocean. From flightless cormorants to giant turtles are found here. Apart from this, a large variety of flora and fauna can be seen here. But these islands are also fighting for their existence. Many cruise travelers come here. Apart from this, there are also four airports here. Due to the ever-increasing population of people, the Galapagos is slowly disappearing.
Maldives is one of the most beautiful countries in the world for vacation or travel. This island country located in the Indian Ocean is the smallest country in Asia both in terms of population and area. There are a total of 1192 islands in the Maldives, out of which people live on only 200 islands. The pristine beaches, charming resorts, incredible snorkeling spots of this beautiful destination have been attracting tourists from all over the world every year. It is being speculated that if the sea level continues to rise like this, the Maldives may become the first country to be lost in the sea by the end of the 21st century.
Congo Basin, Africa
The area of the Congo Basin, responsible for nearly half of the world’s oxygen, is on the verge of extinction. The basin is threatened by mining, deforestation and illegal wildlife trade, with elephants and gorillas in savannas, forests and swamps. Experts worry that if this situation persists, then by 2040 the plants and animals of this forest may disappear.