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5 Forbiden Places On Earth WE DARE YOU To Visit!

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The world is full of beauty and mystery, and with modern day transport it’s easy enough to journey to anywhere you want to experience the local culture and sights. There are, though, a number of places where visitors are not welcome- whether it be for their own safety or the safety of others. In this video we will feature 5 forbidden places on earth that we dare you to visit- if you’re brave enough. Before we begin, make sure you hit that subscribe button to get notified every day for more amazing content! With this being said, let’s begin!

5. Snake Island, Brazil https://wp.me/p9FxXw-PU
4. The Sentinel Islands https://wp.me/p9FxXw-Qp
3. Chernobyl https://wp.me/p9FxXw-Qr
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9 months ago

ThAt_liverpool_FAn mood I was a little bit of a goat I was going to go home and then go back to work ,......".... ...........".. but I’m to young

5 days ago

You missed Site 4, Highway 375, Nevada.

2 weeks ago

I have been to 4he Brazil island it was amazing i went 2years ago

3 weeks ago

Poopoo

3 weeks ago

Forbidden is forbidden. These aren’t forbidden.

8 hours ago

#1: A Negro dance club/bar.

9 hours ago

Stop using images and videos that don't have anything to do with what you are talking about and you'll easily get 10x the up-votes. But you can't because your just a vampire crew feeding off the work of others. Lame Sausages!

11 hours ago

0:46 “shivers down your spine”
SPOOKY SCARY SKELETONS, SHIVERS DOWN YOUR SPINE

11 hours ago

I'm on my way

13 hours ago

The monkey island is literally the same thing from the movie "War of the Planet of the Apes"

1 day ago

I wanna visit them all

1 day ago

6 midroll ads on a 12 minute video, you're a dick

1 day ago

Wait so if we get in trouble can we say it was your guys fault cause you dared us

1 day ago

Wtf is wrong with you? If it’s forbidden there’s a fricking reason and you’re daring us to go there. You’re psychotic as fuck dude.

1 day ago

I would go to that sentinel island via battleship and tank.

1 day ago

You dare us to DIE IS WHAT YOUR SAYING

1 day ago

no

1 day ago

You know the credibility of the channel is poor simply after noticing the wrong spelling of the word “forbidden”

2 days ago

So you want us to die?

2 days ago

its forbidden.

2 days ago

Name of mountain peak on the thumbnail???

3 days ago

“THIS CRAZY ISLAND HAS THE INFAMOUS SCARY BREED SNAKE”

shows multiple different species

3 days ago

We can't vist if it's forbidden

3 days ago

Whoooa!!!😞

3 days ago

Bermuda Triangle

4 days ago

Area 52

4 days ago

What about south sentinel Island?

4 days ago

But, what if we DIE, and if we’re still brave we’ll still might die.

4 days ago

I got no pockets

4 days ago

The radiation in Hiroshima and Nagasaki today is on a par with the extremely low levels of background radiation (natural radioactivity) present anywhere on Earth. It has no effect on human bodies.During the accident, steam-blast effects caused two deaths within the facility: one immediately after the explosion, and the other compounded by a lethal dose of radiation. ... The Chernobyl accident is considered the most disastrous nuclear power plant accident in history, both in terms of cost and casualties.Chernobyl today. But that's not to suggest that the area has returned to normal, or will at any point in the near future. Because of the long-lived radiation in the region surrounding the former Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, the area won't be safe for human habitation for at least 20,000 years.Nearly 20 years after reactor No 4 exploded, spending a few hours near Chernobyl is quite safe. ... Dr Michael Clark, spokesman for the UK's Health Protection Agency, says you will receive no more radiation on a tour around Chernobyl than on a transatlantic flight. However, he warns against eating food grown in the zone.Those living close to Chernobyl - about 116,000 people - were immediately evacuated. A 30km exclusion zone was imposed around the damaged reactor. ... Today it is still illegal to live inside the exclusion zone. Despite this, about 130 to 150 people do.Thousands of people were made homeless and fled the devastated city. Hiroshima was chosen because it had not been targeted during the US Air Force's conventional bombing raids on Japan, and was therefore regarded as being a suitable place to test the effects of an atomic bomb. It was also an important military base.Though Fukushima and Chernobyl are both level 7 nuclear accidents, the health consequences in Japan to date are much less severe. In part, that's because far more radiation was released at Chernobyl.The disaster began during a systems test on 26 April 1986 at reactor 4 of the Chernobyl plant near Pripyat and in proximity to the administrative border with Belarus and the Dnieper River. There was a sudden and unexpected power surge.A quarter of a century after the world's worst nuclear accident, experts still can't agree how many people it killed. Two people died immediately as a result of the blast at the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine – then part of the Soviet Union – on 26 April 1986. Another 29 died in hospital during the next few days.Ionizing radiation—the kind that minerals, atom bombs and nuclear reactors emit—does one main thing to the human body: it weakens and breaks up DNA, either damaging cells enough to kill them or causing them to mutate in ways that may eventually lead to cancer.A May 2012 United Nations committee report stated that none of the six Fukushima workers who had died since the tsunami had died from radiation exposure. According to a 2012 Yomiuri Shimbun survey, 573 deaths have been certified as "disaster-related" by 13 municipalities affected by the Fukushima nuclear disaster.Chernobyl Accident 1986. The Chernobyl accident in 1986 was the result of a flawed reactor design that was operated with inadequately trained personnel. The resulting steam explosion and fires released at least 5% of the radioactive reactor core into the atmosphere and downwind – some 5200 PBq (I-131 eq).On April 26, 1986, a sudden surge of power during a reactor systems test destroyed Unit 4 of the nuclear power station at Chernobyl, Ukraine, in the former Soviet Union. The accident and the fire that followed released massive amounts of radioactive material into the environment.Hydrogen bombs cause a bigger explosion, which means the shock waves, blast, heat and radiation all have larger reach than an atomic bomb, according to Edward Morse, a professor of nuclear engineering at University of California, Berkeley.Thousands of people were made homeless and fled the devastated city. Hiroshima was chosen because it had not been targeted during the US Air Force's conventional bombing raids on Japan, and was therefore regarded as being a suitable place to test the effects of an atomic bomb. It was also an important military base. “We have all large mammals: red deer, roe deer, wild boar, moose, horse, bison, brown bear, lynx, wolves, two species of hare, beaver, otter, badger, some martins, some mink, and polecats,” he says, without taking a breath, adding that there are may be 20 other mammals''

4 days ago

Although the tsunami disturbed the tribal fishing grounds, the Sentinelese appear to have adapted. In January 2006, two fishermen fishing in illegal waters were killed by the Sentinelese when their boat drifted too close to the island. ... Entering a five-mile radius around the island is illegal as per Indian law.

4 days ago

Bothrops insularis, commonly known as the golden lancehead, is a venomous pit viper species endemic to Ilha da Queimada Grande, off the coast of São Paulo state, in Brazil. The species is named for the light yellowish-brown color of its underside and for its head shape that is characteristic of the genus Bothrops

4 days ago

Those islands are creepy me out

5 days ago

Bay of bangol is in Bangladesh. not in India. .. so Bangladeshi government set that restrictions.

5 days ago

I wonder if the Sentinel Island has trash and plastic washing up onto their shores? I wouldn't bet against it... that crap gets all over the world.

5 days ago

Ugh, too many random pics/clips unrelated to what is being shown. Plus, just horrible editing - while talking about North Sentinel Island having no structures, showed the same clip used from 'Snake Island' with the lighthouse on it...

6 days ago

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6 days ago

I will never go to these places i hate snakes hell no

1 week ago

>forbiden

1 week ago

Are you trying to kill us?!?!?

1 week ago

Eh they can kill those snakes......js

1 week ago

Uh, boi, I dont even let mah DOG pee on me and you think imma let some monkeys pee on me?! BOI YOU INSANE

1 week ago

haha i like how u are talking about Heard Island and how dangerus it is and its forbidden and such, but WHY THE FUCK is a norwegian cruise ship (Hurtigruten) there then?😂😂

1 week ago

I love nature and animals wether “ugly” or beautiful

1 week ago

I’ll go

1 week ago

The snake island is where Boa Hancock rules as an empress.

1 week ago

Only Makkah amd Madinah if you are not a Muslim. No military or other terrorist power dare to go there.

1 week ago

Matthew Rodriguez so true a alot of Muslim country’s will fuck you up

1 week ago

5:25
50 thousand people used to live here

1 week ago

Every video is over 10 minutes

1 week ago

Did he say eleventy-thousand? Lol🤔😆

1 week ago

So...you want us to go get arrested or killed?? Who's idea was it to make this?

1 week ago

Why would you “DARE” people to go to these deadly islands? Seems like your just daring someone to sue you guys.

1 week ago

Not true for the Chernobyl animals, watch the short documentary of biologists checking animals in there. It's not all preety, radiation definitely affected them a lot.

1 week ago