Top 10 Most Uninhabitable Places

The Peak of Mount Everest on the border of China and Nepal:The highest point on Mount Everest is almost 30,000 feet, which makes it the tallest mountain on earth.

Lake Natron in Tanzania:The water in this lake is red, and it calcifies anything but flamingoes that touch it. The water temperature goes up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.

 Marianas Trench in the Pacific Ocean:is almost 7 miles deep at its deepest point. Over 1,000 times the water pressure at the surface exists in this trench.

 The Danakil Depression in Ethiopia: Its landscape is orange and yellow, which is caused by burning salt and sulfuric acid within the Dallol geothermal field within the depression.

Most of Antarctica:While there are a handful of human camps and tourists venture down to the continent during summer, most of Antarctica is uninhabitable. 

The Atacama Desert in Chile:is one of the driest spots on earth, with rain only falling a few times every 40 years. 

Siberia in Russia:The average temperature yearly in Russia’s Siberia is about 23 degrees Fahrenheit. It plays host to some of the lowest temperatures recorded outside of Antarctica, at -94 degrees.

Chornobyl in Ukraine:A deadly radiation blast occurred when the Chornobyl (also spelled Chernobyl) powerplant melted down on April 26th, 1988. 

Snake Island in Brazil:The golden lancehead viper is endemic to this island. Because it’s so rare and hard to obtain, it is a prized snake that people risk their lives trying to obtain.

Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah:in Utah are a saline playa. A playa is a parched, plant-free part of a desert basin with no continual water sources. Water pools in the rainy season and evaporates.

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