No man's land: Earth's untouched places

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Faroe Islands, Denmark - The archipelago located between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic consists of 18 major islands.

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Faroe Islands, Denmark - It's most easily identified by the grass-roofed cottages found throughout the island's unscathed landscape.

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Dallol, Ethiopia - This location in the country's Afar Region is possibly the hottest place on Earth, according to the BBC.

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Dallol, Ethiopia - This surreal landscape can be seen at the Dallol Volcano, which despite its name is a hydrothermal field located 157 ft (48 m) below sea level.

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Namibia - The southern African nation is one of the least densely populated in the world.

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Namibia - It's home to a portion of the Namib Desert, where about a quarter of the world's cheetah population lives.

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Gangkhar Puensum, Bhutan - This Himalayan nation in itself is a sparsely inhabited paradise. Now imagine how pristine its highest mountain might be! 

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Gangkhar Puensum, Bhutan - At 24,835 ft (7,570 m), Gangkhar Puensum is possibly the world's highest unclimbed mountain, according to the BBC.

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Palmyra Atoll, USA - Part of the Northern Line Islands, this atoll is located south of Hawaii and is a territory overseen by the United States.

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Palmyra Atoll, USA - The uninhabited land (aside from a handful of scientists and staff members) consists mainly of a reef, two shallow lagoons, and about 50 islets.

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Molokai, USA - This Hawaiian island is the closest you'll get to understanding what the Aloha State looked like prior to colonization.

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Molokai, USA - Nicknamed the "Friendly Isle," Molokai is the most rustic and the least populated of Hawaii's eight islands.

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