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Strange Natural Wonders of the World

Take a look at these unique places around the world! The nature comes up with many surprises.
41. Shilin Stone Forest China
Part of the South China Karst, Shilin (or Stone Forest) is a remarkable set of limestone formations in Yunnan Province, believed to be more than 270 million years old. Towering peaks and rocks rise from the ground, many looking like petrified trees and creating the illusion of a forest made of stone.
42. Sailing Stones of Death Valley California
The Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park is home to a mysterious geological phenomenon: hundreds of rocks scattered along the ground many weighing up to several hundred pounds seem to move all on their own, inscribing visible tracks as they slide across the playa surface, without human or animal intervention.
43. Dragon s Blood Trees Socotra
Located in the northwest Indian Ocean, Socotra features a vast, craggy and alien like landscape and is home to unique flora and fauna found nowhere else. The archipelago is especially known as the home to dragons blood trees (Dracaena cinnabari), trees looks like an upturned umbrella.
44. Jellyfish Lake Palau
The Jellyfish Lake, located on Eil Malk island in the Pacific country of Palau, is home to more than ten million jellyfish.
45. Goreme Cappadocia Turkey
A town in the historic Capaddocia region of Turkey, G
46. Old Man of Hoy Scotland
Perhaps Orkneys most famous landmark, the Old Man of Hoy is a 450ft sea stack on the island of Hoy. It was formed from Old Red Sandstone and was first climbed in 1966, according to Visit Scotland. Created by the erosion of a cliff sometime after 1750, it is said to resemble a human figure.
47. Uluru Australia
The monolith of Uluru (Ayers Rock) rises 340 metres above the ochre plain in the World Hertage listed Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. Uluru, the largest single rock in the world.
48. Lake Myvatn Iceland
A lava island in Lake Myvatn, a shallow eutrophic lake situated in an area of active volcanism in the north of Iceland. Located not far from Krafla volcano, the lake was created by a large basaltic lava eruption 2300 years ago, and the surrounding landscape is dominated by volcanic landforms.
49. Sounding Sands Desert Mongolia
Forbidding conditions dont stop tourists from coming to a remote stretch of dunes in the Xiangshawan Desert in Inner Mongolian. Naturalists and curious travelers flock here to experience the deserts sounding sands, a phenomenon that occurs when wind pushes sand down dunes and creates a sound like the humming of a car engine.
50. Crescent Lake China
Yueyaquan is a crescent shaped lake in an oasis, south of the city of Dunhuang in Gansu Province, China. The depth of the lake, a popular tourist spot, had decreased over the years as sand encroached on the site but in 2006, the government started to fill the lake and restore its depth.

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