Dead Sea, Jordan/Israel/Palestine
Also known as the Salt Sea, Dead Sea is Earth's lowest elevation on land, one of the world's first health resorts, the world's deepest hypersaline lake and one of the world's saltiest bodies of water. Hurry up to enjoy a bath in it. Since 1930, the Dead Sea has shrunken by half.
Tahuamanú Rainforest, Peru.
It is one of the largest supplies of mahogany in the world. A natural habitat for exotic animal species such as giant armadillos, jaguars and parrots, the rainforest has constantly been depleted by illegal logging.
Numerous cities are in danger because of the rising ocean levels. Situated in northeastern Italy, Venice, a beautiful city famous for its romantic atmosphere, is one of them. The approximate time period in which the city might get completely flooded is 50 years.
Taj Mahal, India.
Taj Mahal is a white marble mausoleum located in the Indian city of Agra and one of the most iconic buildings of the country. Attracting over 3 million visitors per year, the tourist destination has been continuously damaged by numerous factors such as air pollution, acid rain, disintegration of the construction materials etc.