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The last places on Earth humans have never visited

Espresso Logo By Martin Morin of Espresso | Slide 2 of 21: Myanmar, a small Southeast Asian country nestled between China, Bangladesh, India, Thailand, and Laos, still holds some mysteries. The Northern Forest Complex, over 5,000 metres (16,400 feet) above sea level, is one of those mysteries. The fauna found there—herons, deer, and red pandas—are rarely disturbed, only occasionally by scientific expeditions. This natural refuge is far from human activity and is still considered unexplored, at least for now.

The forests of Myanmar

Myanmar, a small Southeast Asian country nestled between China, Bangladesh, India, Thailand, and Laos, still holds some mysteries. The Northern Forest Complex, over 5,000 metres (16,400 feet) above sea level, is one of those mysteries. The fauna found there—herons, deer, and red pandas—are rarely disturbed, only occasionally by scientific expeditions. This natural refuge is far from human activity and is still considered unexplored, at least for now.

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