Some of the most remote places in the world are covered by Jungles, and this thick and dense vegetation only makes extraordinary discoveries harder to find. Here are the Top 10 Most Extraordinary Jungle Discoveries….
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 Most Extraordinary Jungle Discoveries! Sigiriya - In the centre of Sri Lanka, near the town of Dambulla, lies the ancient rock fortress of Sigiriya . World’s Largest Cave - The Vietnamese jungle is an unforgiving place, and is the site of some of the densest vegetation on earth- but for those that search deep enough, there’s some wonders to be found. Rafflesia Arnoldii - This plant has the largest known individual flower of any species in the world. They are found across south east Asia, but are quite rare because of their unusual way of growth. Two Lost Cities in Honduras - Deep within the jungle of Honduras, there are untold treasures waiting to be found of ancient civilisations.
The Boiling River - In the Peruvian Amazon there lies geological features unlike anything seen anywhere else. El Mirador - First discovered in 1926, El Mirador, which means “The Watcher”, was once the capital city of the Maya. Tallest Known Tropical Tree - Rainforests form because the areas they sit on provide the perfect environment for plantlife to grow. Jungle Stonehenge - Stonehenge is one of the most famous ancient monuments in the world, but the people who built it weren’t the only ones to arrange large rocks in circular formations. The Klingon Newt - Amongst the wide range of plant life found in jungles is just as much animal life, and new species are constantly being discovered all around the world. Guatemalan Stone Head - In the 1950s a Guatemalan land owner made an amazing discovery in the jungle. Hidden within the undergrowth was a giant stone head looking skyward.