10 Of the Most Dangerous Places on Earth That Could Be Fatal For Anybody

8 Mount Washington, USA

Mount Washington at its summit holds the record of the fastest winds on the surface of the planet, with the highest recorded said to be 203 miles per hour (327km/hr). But trust me, these are the least of the problems you’re going to face there as the temperatures are usually subzero and can plummet down to minus 40 degrees centigrade, that’s below freezing point. Continuous snow fall also makes it lethal and dangerous. The irony is despite its modest height- 6,288 feet or 1,917 meters, Mount Washington is still the most deadly peaks as the load the human body experiences at the summit can be compared to Mount Everest!

Mount Washington, USA

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7 Sinabung Volcano, Indonesia

Situated in the islands of Sumatra in Indonesia, Sinabung is an active volcano. Eruptions are quite frequent here leaving the locals homeless for days and weeks. What’s more shocking is that nearby towns and villages have been completely covered with ash and soot and more scarily Lava!! This happened several times in 2010, 2013, 2014 and 2015: The latest eruption was on Feb 27th, 2016. It’s like a ticking Bomb which might blow anytime and kill all the people living around it like the Roman city of Pompeii.

Sinabung Volcano, Indonesia

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6 Snake Island, Brazil

Commonly known as Iha da Quiemada Grande, this hidden island off the coast of Brazil has been reported as the most dangerous places on earth due to the simple fact that the whole land is festered with violent, poisonous snakes fatal to human beings. It has been estimated that five deadly snakes live per square meter of the land with Bothrops being the most venomous snake in the world. The Brazilian government has banned tourists to set foot in this fatal island anyways.

Snake Island, Brazil

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