The Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park is a protected world heritage site. It 250-square-mile place made up of massive limestone obelisks riddled with jagged spears.
The park is so impassable and uncharted, in fact, that every time a team goes on an expedition there, they find approximately five new species. They’re literally tripping over entirely unseen life-forms.
This place is very difficult to explore however. The rocks are razor-sharp.
Here’s an example as to how inhospitable it really is
Steven Goodman and his team were walking on a normal, plain, flat path, when he turned his ankle just a little bit and stumbled. That’s all — he didn’t even fall all the way; just took a brief knee.
It took them two days to hobble back to a hospital to remove the limestone spike from his kneecap.
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