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  • Mendenhall Glacier on Random Real Landscapes That Look Like They're From Another Planet

    (#10) Mendenhall Glacier

    • Juneau, Alaska, USA

    Though only reachable by kayak, the ice caves inside the 12-mile long Mendenhall glacier in Alaska are stunning enough to make the trip worth the effort.

  • Lassen Volcanic National Park on Random Real Landscapes That Look Like They're From Another Planet

    (#16) Lassen Volcanic National Park

    • California, USA

     

    These gorgeous painted dunes, which are about the most beautiful result of volcanic activity ever, can be seen from the top of Cinder Cone at Lassen Volcanic National Park in California.

     

  • Chocolate Hills on Random Real Landscapes That Look Like They're From Another Planet

    (#21) Chocolate Hills

    • Bohol, Philippines

    It may be hard to believe that this collection of over 1,000 perfectly formed hills in the Philippines is not man-made; scientists say that their construction would've surpassed the skill needed to build the pyramids of Egypt. Even geologists are at a loss to explain the origin of the limestone formations, which derive their name from the grass that covers them and turns brown during some parts of the year. 

  • Giant's Causeway on Random Real Landscapes That Look Like They're From Another Planet

    (#15) Giant's Causeway

    Though it may be hard to believe, the mysterious-looking iconic basalt formations of Giant's Causeway aren't man-made. They are actually due to a volcanic eruption that's thought to have happened several million years ago.

  • Vietnam on Random Real Landscapes That Look Like They're From Another Planet

    (#9) Vietnam

    • Asia

    Not only is Vietnam's Son Doong Cave gorgeous, it's also the largest known cave in the world.

  • Moeraki Boulders on Random Real Landscapes That Look Like They're From Another Planet

    (#26) Moeraki Boulders

    • New Zealand

    The Moeraki Boulders may just be the only stones in the world more interesting than the beach they lie on. They're thought to have been created by the cementation of mud stone about 60 million years ago.

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If you are tired of traveling to any country on earth, you might as well learn about some of the most mysterious and unique places. These are the most amazing and real landscapes on earth, and few people know the real beauty of them. On the blue planet that gives us life, there are all kinds of strange scenery, and human beings have been exploring the secrets of this planet.

Now the generator will simply introduce 29 unique landscapes on the earth that will make people feel like other planets. We have no way to know whether there are aliens, but if there is a chance, don't miss these wonderful wonders.

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