The earth is the home that we live in, and so far the only planet that is suitable for humans. However, there are also very desolate places on the earth, which is not suitable for humans. Today we take stock of the most desolate corners of the earth.
1. Resurrection island
The resurrection island 2000 miles away from Chile Coast is a small island on the vast Pacific Ocean. It has only an area of 70 square kilometers, and the existing population is about 4,000.
This island is famous for its stone carving groups on the beach. They are carved by the earliest aboriginal people on the island in the 16th century. Due to a large number of cutting trees to make a sled, the trees on the island almost disappeared.
Scientists say that the lush island is almost deserted now. This is the first impression of everyone here. The earliest immigrants took a few weeks to arrive here. Now there is the most remote airport in the world here, and passengers can take flights to San Diego, Chile.
The Australian mainland is famous for its rare population and natural ecology, especially Queensland. Queensland is located in a large wasteland in the corner of northern Australia.
There are only 18,000 people here, and most of them are indigenous people in the local tribe. This is the world's largest undeveloped area. The original ecology is well preserved here, but it has also become a desolate place in Australia.
Even with a variety of means of transportation, many places here are still unable to reach, we can only walk on foot.
3. Dacinia Islands
It was originally an unmanned island, and it was 3,000 kilometers from the nearest mainland. It is the most remote island in the world. The island of Dacinia has 98 square kilometers.
More than two hundred people on the island make a living by planting potatoes and breeding cattle and sheep. Maybe the most lonely people in the world are here.
4. Canada, the town of Alte
The town of Alte is only 500 miles from the North Pole. Here is widely considered to be the northernmost residential area in the world and one of the most desolate areas.
The temperature here is as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius. Due to the geographical location of its high latitudes, the polar day and extreme night phenomenon can be seen.
5. North Tenar Island
North Tenar Island is located in the Bay of Bangladesh and is covered by large forests. The locals are indigenous people who never come in contact with the outside world. It is the last group of the world isolated from contemporary civilization.
According to relevant information, the island is 12 kilometers long, 10 kilometers wide, and has an area of 59.67 square kilometers. The highest point on the island is 98 meters above sea level. In 2001, there were only 39 people on the island.
6. Southern Indian Ocean, Calglen Islands
The Callen Islands is also known as the "desert island" and is one of the most desolate islands in the world. It is more than 3,000 kilometers away from the residential area.
There are only 45 to 100 French scientists, engineers, and researchers on the island. Local residents don't want you to set foot on their territory.