Nature continues to surprise people in many ways. Some of the most visually magnificent spots in the world are also very strange, and you can’t always identify their shape. Though they may look unnatural, and even eerie, they are marvelous and often have interesting stories.
From the Grand Canyon to the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland, the movement of water over time has crafted some of the world’s most striking landscapes and spaces. However, climate change and the warming planet have the potential to alter some of these naturally formed landmarks forever.
Whether you blame global warming on people or not, the irrefutable truth is that rising sea levels, air pollution, and deforestation are causing long-lasting damage.
Experts from High Tide Technologies listed the top travel destinations that were shaped by water. They also looked at how climate change can affect these landscapes permanently.
Events like flooding, increased erosion, increased levels of carbon dioxide and increases in ocean acidification all threaten the future of these beautiful sites.