Check Out: 5 Most Weird Islands Of The World

Check Out: 5 Most Weird Islands Of The World

Check Out: 5 Weird Islands Of The World

New Delhi: There are lot of beautiful and relaxing places in the world, that people love to visit. But there are some places that you may not like to visit. Here is the list of 5 weird islands of the world.

 

1.Queimada Grande

Check Out: 5 Most Weird Islands Of The World

Also Known as Snake Island, Queimada Grande is without any doubt the most vicious island on the planet. It is located near Sao Paulo, and it is strictly forbidden to the general public. The island hosts the densest population of deadly snakes in the world: insular Golden Lancehead vipers, whose powerful venom can melt human flesh.

 

2. Island of the Dolls

Check Out: 5 Most Weird Islands Of The World

Well, among all the islands in the list, this one is the creepiest. When setting up home on the Island of Xochimilco in Mexico, Julian S. Barrera heard stories about the spirit of a young girl who haunted the island. The get rid off the curse, Julian decided to collect small dolls, which till this date creepily watch over the island, all the time.

 

3. Easter Island

Check Out: 5 Most Weird Islands Of The World

Easter Island still remains to be home of one of the greatest mysteries, unsolved till date. The mystery revolves around some 900 stone giants, known as “Moai” and the legends associated with them.

 

4. Ramree Island

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During the second world war, a tragic incident took place at Ramree Island. The island, situated at Bay of Bengal has a story, which goes around 500 Japanese soldiers who were devoured by a heard of crocodiles. The island still infests thousands of them.

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5.Hashima

 

Check Out: 5 Most Weird Islands Of The World

In 19th Century, Hashima Island was home to thousands of coal miners. Hundreds of workers lost their life working on the island. The island was abandoned after oil became Japan’s primary fuel for energy. Today, it is just a ghost town lost in the middle of the ocean.

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