10 places Untouched people in the world

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Despite the pitfalls of civilization surround us, there are still some parts on this earth that are still pure, almost untouched. Starting from Antarctic ice sheets to the forests of Papua New Guinea. Here are some of the most beautiful places on the planet.

 10. Namibia

10 places Untouched people in the world
Namibia is one of the countries with a population most rare in the world. The name of one of the Southern African country is derived from the Namib desert, home to 2,500 cheetah's tail. With giant sand dunes, ancient petroglyph, craters and waterfalls, Namibia remains one of the most untouched landscapes in Africa. Namibia has also become one of the countries that lists things about the care of the health of the ecosystem in its Constitution.

9. Galapagos Islands

Although Darwin's journey to a number of unique Islands followed by countless tourists, Galapagos Islands is still a pure place. The Islands are home to giant tortoises, iguanas, sea lions, penguins, whales and fish. Inhabited by 23,000 residents and hundreds of endemic species, the Islands are also home to the preservation of marine biodiversity for fifty years.

8. Papua New Guinea
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Scientists believe if many species of plants and animals that have not been found residing here. The exploitation of natural resources is hampered by the rough terrain, the legal system and the high cost of developing infrastructure. Because all human problems, most of the landscape is still hard to the touch.

7. The Seychelles

Seychelles has the largest percentage of land conservation compared to other countries. About 50 percent of the total area of the country it is under conservation. Therefore, the Seychelles is home to some superb beaches and pure species such as the national bird, the Seychelles black parrot. Visitors who get there relatively few, especially along the coastline "berbubuk" gentle stretching as far as the 305 miles (490 kilometers).

6. Bhutan
While some people may think if Tibet as a paradise defiled, his cousin, Bhutan, thus much cleaner. More than 60 percent of the country covered with forests and one quarter of the region is designated as national parks or protected areas. Known as the land of the Thunder Dragon, the country has rugged mountains and valleys so as to become a hotspot for biodiversity.

5. Daintree National Park, Australia

10 places Untouched people in the world
Sometimes something older, becoming increasingly untouched. Like the Daintree National Park in Far North Queensland, Australia, containing the rainforest was 110 million years – one of the oldest ecosystems on Earth. The Park is home to thousands of species of plants and trees that are over 2,500 years.

4. Fiordland, New Zealand

At the southern end of the West coast of New Zealand Fiordland region still wild, rough and zero development. With high mountains that fall into a rocky waters, Fiordland has never had a permanent population. In fact, the Maori people just visit him only for a short while to hunting, fishing and collecting jade. In addition, air currents blowing straight from Antarctica so that air Fiordland is one of the cleanest on the planet.

3. The Kamcatka, Russia
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Kamcatka peninsula in Russia's far East where wild and empty by the Pacific Ocean to the East and the sea of Okhotsk to the West. Volcanoes and glaciers membintiki peninsula. Mega earthquake has rocked the peninsula in five decades

2. The Atacama desert, Chile
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Atacama is one of the strange sight in the world: the desert which is totally not getting rain. Salt basins, sand and lava covering most of the area has an area of 40,000 square miles of companies (103.600 sq km). In fact, NASA designed the Mars test here. This place is also one of the best places in the world to conduct astronomical observations. There are two large observatories.

1. Antarctica

Antarctica is the place to truly untouched. 96 per cent of the continent is covered by ice, with an average thickness of more than one mile (1.6 km). 
Penguins, whales, seals and sea birds use the waters around Antarctica to search for food.

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