My Bucket List

April 2014

Svalbard, Norway

Svalbard is a island that belongs to the country of Norway. People come here to climb glaciers go into glacial caves. Polar bears are also what people come here to see. Physial erosion changed Svalbard because of wind and giant glaciers tearing at the land.
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Arctic Life Svalbard

Tianzi, China

Wind erosion shaped these mountains to be very high with thin rock holding it up. I would like to come here and look at it.
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Ridyah, Saudi Arabia

You can ride camels in the Arabian Desert. This is the 2nd largest desert in the world behind the Sahara Desert. Wind erosion moves sand places and forms dunes.
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Salar, Bolivia

This is a giant salt flat that looks like a giant mirror. Wind erosion smoothed the flat to be very FLAT. I would come here just to see this
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Waitomo, New Zealand

The Glowworm Caves in Waitomo, New Zealand, are filled with thousands of tiny glowworms that light up at night. Physical weathering made the cave for these creatures to live in.
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Socotra, Yemen

These plants that grow here are found no where else on earth except for this small island that belongs to Yemen. Deposition could have brought them to this island and this is maybe the only place that could support that plant.
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Is That Socotra Island or an Alien Planet?