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This tropical gem is home to numerous beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as rare animals such as giant Aldabra tortoises, The Seychelles, is sadly vanishing quickly due to beach erosion.
Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
The Mirador Basin and Tikal National Park, Guatemala
El Mirador discovered in 1926 is a pre-Columbian Maya settlement, located in the north of El Petén, Guatemala. Due to illegal looting and forest burning these mysterious ruins are at the risk of being completely burnt out.
The Sundarbans, India and Bangladesh
Patagonia’s glaciers, Argentina
Known for it’s breathtaking views Patagonia’s dozens of glaciers are shrinking as temperatures rise and rainfall continues to decrease.
Zahara de la Sierra, Spain
The Outer Banks, North Carolina
Barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina boast open-sea beaches, state parks and shipwreck diving sites. As The Outer Banks shores erode the land they border, landmarks like the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse; one of the mot recognizable lighthouses in the world; are at the risk of being fully submerged.
Glacier National Park, Montana
Montana’s Glacier National Park is a 1,583-sq.-mi. wilderness area in the Rocky Mountains. With over 700 miles of hiking trails these glacier caved peaks and valleys as disappearing rapidly. Originally, there were 150 glaciers now less than 25.
Machu Picchu, Peru
Historical Sanctuary, Machu Picchu is an Incan citadel set high in the Andes Mountains in Peru. Excessive visitation, landslides, and erosion may cause the ruins to collapse.
The Galapagos Islands
The Congo Basin, Africa
Two-thirds of one of the world’s most biodiverse areas and second-largest rainforest, The Congo, is projected to disappear before 2040 by the UN.
The Dead Sea
The Florida Everglades
At 1.5-million-acres the wetlands preserve is the most threatened park in the U.S. Urban development, water increase, and new species have caused serious eco system distress to the Florida Everglades.
The Alps, Europe
At the risk of being engulfed by water, this tiny Polynesian nation made up of 9 islands sits just 15 feet above the sea.
The Taj Mahal, India
The Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Large sections of the world’s largest coral reef are already dead as a result of acid pollution and temperatures increase. Scientists predict by 2030 it could be entirely gone.
The Pyramids, Egypt
The Amazon, Brazil
Home to a myriad diverse species, the world’s largest rainforest at 2.1 million square miles is being threatened by deforestation for agricultural expansion.
The Great Wall of China
As a result of climate change the island nation known for its beaches, blue lagoons and extensive reefs is slowly sinking. In less than 100 years it may completely disappear.
Mosques of Timbuktu, Mali
Big Sur, California
Droughts and wildfires threaten this rugged coastal region boasting the longest and most scenic stretch of undeveloped coastline in the United States.