There are a lot of weird places here on Earth, but here are a few of our favorite strange spots!
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Weird Places: Mexico's Giant Crystal Cave: https://youtu.be/O7yfx0ejELg
Weird Places: Movile Cave: https://youtu.be/xrzExz9ZqSI
Weird Places: Mauritania's Eye of the Sahara: https://youtu.be/AiAFrpyoAM4
Weird Places: Blood Falls: https://youtu.be/pIaf9LDJR9c
Weird Places: Europe's Dancing, Crooked Forests: https://youtu.be/8b8eXCnjnMo
Weird Places: The Glowing Blue Lava at Kawah Ijen: https://youtu.be/KYFzsBN3ncQ
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I had to laugh at the mention of a horocrux or Grendel's mom. But then I stopped when I realized they used a pic of a ring for the horocrux. Bad move, it should have been a necklace, the ring was in an abandoned hut.
Forgive me if this is stupid, but what's stopping them from going into the cave with essentially a diving suit with air supply, or a space suit? Refrigeration outfit doesn't seem like what I'd jump to when faced with "so humid that stuff condenses in your lungs", I immediately think "OK, let's not let that get in our lungs at all, and probably not on our skin either because absorption".
When I went to the Kawah Ijen, the best time to watch "blue fire" is around 11.30 pm - 2.00 am, I'm so curious about that acid water, when my hands touch it, it's felt little bit hurts, especially if you have any wound on your skin 😂
Very cool video and well put together! Only suggestion, after describing the most intriguing places on earth and creatures found there, more photos shown during the explanation would make it even better. Thanks for the video!
OMFG....the most annoying loser geek boy ever. Being in his presence must be excruciatingly miserable. I would have to tell him to stfu if I ever met him. He comes across as an extremely arrogant know-it-all.
I think it's vague and wrong to generalise organic compounds to be mostly colorless. Provided transition elements produce colorful salts, most the dyes we use in day to day Life are all organic. I think you guys missed a chord there. Good show though
I really hope in the future you'll show us pictures of the creatures you're talking about (if there are any) as I have looked into things this channel has talked about and have (sometimes) found images very easily, thus giving me a better understanding of what if being discussed.
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