1. Amazon (South America) Amazon Rainforest, also known as Amazonia, the Amazon jungle or the Amazon Basin, covering seven million square kilometers (1.7 billion acres), though the forest itself occupies some 5.5 million square kilometers (1.4 billion acres), located in nine the state. Amazon represents over half the remaining rainforest on the planet and consists of the largest channels and the most species-rich tropical rainforest in the world. Amazon River is the largest river in the world by volume, with a total river flow greater than ten in the world combined.
It accounts for about one-fifth of total world river flow and has the largest drainage basin on the planet. No single cross bridges Amazon.
2. Angel Falls (Venezuela) angel falls Angel Falls is the tallest waterfall in the world, with an altitude of 1002 m, and is located in the Canaima National Park, Bolivar, Venezuela along the border with Brazil. Water tejun has more than 19 times higher than Niagara Falls.
3. Bay of Fundy (Canada) Bay of Fundy is famous for the highest tides on the planet (16.2 meters or 53 feet). One hundred billion tonnes of seawater flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy twice a day - more water than the combined flow of all rivers of the world's fresh water. Fundy's extreme tide makes marine ecosystems are dynamic and diverse. photo The bay is famous for coastal rock formations, extreme tidal effects (vertical, horizontal, rafting and boring) and sustainable coastal development. It is also an internationally important foraging for migratory birds, habitat life for popes Rights rare and endangered species, one of the world's most significant plant and animal discoveries fosil.Teluk Fundy region located between the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia on the beach eastern North America.
4. Dead Sea (Israel, Jordan, Palestine) photo The Dead Sea is a salt lake between the West Bank / Palestine / Israel and Jordan west to east. At 420 meters below sea level, its shores are the lowest point on earth that are on dry land. With 30 percent salinity, it is 8.6 times saltier than the ocean.
5. Greet Barrier Reef (Australia, Papuanugini) photo Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system on the planet, with about 3,000 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for more than 2600 km area of approximately 344,400 sq. km. This is the biggest single structure made by living things and can be seen from outer space. 6. Iguazu falls (Argentina, Brazil) photo Iguazu Falls, in Iguazu River, is one of the largest waterfalls in the world. They extend over 2,700 m (nearly 2 miles) in a semicircle. Of the 275 falls that collectively make up Iguassu Falls, "Devil's Throat" was the highest at 80 m height. Iguazu Falls at the border between the Brazilian state Paraná and the Argentine province of Misiones, and surrounded by two National Parks (BR / ARG). Both temperate forests are host to hundreds of species of rare and endangered flora and fauna. 7. Kilimanjaro (Tanzania) photo With its three volcanic cones, Kibo, Mawensi, and Shira, Mount Kilimanjaro is a strato-volcano is active in the north-eastern Tanzania. This is the highest freestanding mountain in the world, rising 4600 m from the base, and including the highest peak in Africa at 5,895 meters. 8. Puerto Princesa Underground River (Philippines) photo Puerto Princesa Underground River National Park is located about 50 km north of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. It features a limestone karst mountain landscape with miles 8.2. navigable underground river. A distinguishing feature is the river that winds through a cave before flowing directly into the South China Sea. It includes major formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and several large rooms. The bottom of the river subject to tidal influence. Underground river known as the longest in the world. At the mouth of the cave, a clear lagoon is framed by ancient trees growing right to the water's edge. Monkeys, large monitor lizards, and squirrels find their niche on the beach near the cave. 9. Sundarbans (Bangladesh, India) photo Sundarbans delta, at the mouth of the river Ganges, is the world's largest mangrove forest, spread across parts of Bangladesh and West Bengal, India. Sundarbans features a complex network of tidal waterways, the spread of mud and small islands of salt-tolerant mangrove forests. This area is known for its wide range of fauna, with a Royal Bengal tiger is the most famous, but also including many birds, see the deer, crocodiles and snakes. 10. Uluru (Australia) photo Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of the most recognizable icons of natural Australia. Famous sandstone formation in the world stands 348 m above sea level with most of the bulk under the ground, and measures 9.4 km in circumference. Uluru appears to change the color of light of different attacks at different times of day and year.