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Weird and Amazing Places in the Natural World - Wonders of the World - cover

Weird and Amazing Places in the Natural World - Wonders of the World

TJ Rob

Publisher: TJ Rob

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Summary

Take a journey around our planet and visit some little known but amazing places. Be ready to be surprised. 
Travel to a spooky sea cave filled with natural blue luminous light. See gigantic stone arches and balancing rocks that seem to defy gravity. 
Visit the world’s most photographed mountain, one of the most dangerous to climb. See the largest salt flat in the world, flat as a pancake and is so white that it is blinding. 
View a single tree that has tens of thousands of trunks, one of the heaviest and one oldest things on the planet. 
See a waterfall that is over 2,000 feet wide which dumps enough water in a single second to fill 5 Olympic sized swimming pools. 
Witness the beauty of these and other fascinating places that fill this book of Natural Wonders. 
This book is full of color images, bursting with amazing facts and is easy to understand. This book is sure to intrigue readers of all ages, from 6 to 100! 
TJ Rob — www.TJRob.com 
For EXTRA CONTENT please visit www.TJRob.com 
Book Contents: 
1. Weird and Amazing Places in the NATURAL World 
2. Uluru 
3. Ha Long Bay 
4. The Great Blue Hole 
5. Salar De Uyuni 
6. The Blue Grotto 
7. Arches National Park 
8. The Matterhorn 
9. Ngorangoro Crater 
10. The Great Barrier Reef 
11. Pando 
12. Iguazu Falls 
13. The Grand Canyon 
14. The Giant’s Causeway 
15. Yuki-No-Otani Snow Canyon 
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