Sunday, September 20, 2020

Natural wonders

Wonders which have been created mainly by nature.

Phalanx (pine)

The tallest known ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa), 81.8 m tall, discovered in 2011. Diameter at breast height - 5.7 m. Location, GPS coordinates: 42.45798 N 123.67878...

Wai’ale’ale Falls (Waialeale Falls, Weeping Wall)

Summit of the 1,544 m high Wai'ale'ale volcano belongs to the rainiest places of the world - here fall some 10,800 mm of rain...

Top 10 waterfalls of Guyana

10 major waterfalls in Guyana In this list have been included large waterfalls of Guyana. Wondermondo can not assert that these are the largest falls...

Waimanu Falls, Moloka’i

Tall waterfall with several drops and pools below the drops. The name Waimanu means "bird water". The scarce information about this waterfall is contradictory -...

Thomas Farm Site

One of the richest finds of Miocene (18 million years ago) land animal fossils in the world. Here have been found remnants of rhinoceroses,...

Honokohau Falls

Honokohau Falls most likely are tallest falls in Maui. This fantastic waterfall has been filmed for "Jurassic park" in order to create a feeling...

Tandridge Yew

The unique Tandridge Yew shows how a yew can regenerate and live its second life. More than 1000 years old This magnificent tree grows close to...

Diana’s Peak National Park

On the highest hills of Saint Helena island still are found patches of unique forest - a relict of 10 million years old African...

Pirates Bay Blowhole

Sea cave with collapsed roof - blowhole. At rough weather the splashes are up to 10 m high. The blowhole is some 90 m...

Kasnyku Falls

Some 150 m tall waterfall which flows down along the cliff face. Some 40 m wide. Kasnyku Falls looks very picturesque from the fiord, as...