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Dangerous and Deserted Coast

 

  • The World’s Most Dangerous and Deserted Coast
  • Skeleton Coast (BeachShores)
  • Skeleton coast is the one of most dangerous and deserted coast of world.
  • One of the most dangerous and deserted shorelines in the world, shipwrecks and “goods of sinking” …
  • Between the ancient Namibian Desert and the cold waters of the Atlantic Ocean, a field of pure white sand stretches.

 

  • The Portuguese seamen had given the name “Hell Coasts” to these vast coasts of Namibia. Today the same place is known as Skeleton Beach. the coastline of 500 km under the scorching sun to gerilmişce than if the two ends, while having no forgiveness literally hell while an image, on the other hand, resplendent in absolute oblivion and solitude is a beauty. When the Swedish explorer and naturalist Charles John Andersson came to these beaches in 1859, “a creepy feeling and a fear” covered the whole body. “Even death,” he said, “may be preferred to exile to such a country“.

 

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  • When viewed from the air, the Skeletal Shores (skeleton coasts) look full of watching the millions of gold colored sand dunes scattered between the northern east Atlantic and the gravelly plains of the hinterland. Among these sand dunes are mirage mirrors reflected from the stonewall of bare desert rocks. These rocks are the last remains of the land surface covered by 15 m displaced sand each year. In the middle of the mirage, fake images and an extraordinary symphony directed by the wind, the grunts and noises of endless sand dunes are heard.

 

  • Skeleton Coast, dangerous reverse currents from one end to the other, the storm force winds, then the fog that slowly move and pointed fingers, the reef extending into the deep sea have been many ship grave. Stories, barely managed to reach the land of the sunken ship, survive from the happy survivors of the disaster and only a growing slower, they can tell the victims of sandstorms. The wrecked wrecks of oceanic ships, tugboats, war ships, galleons, trolls and speedboats stretch along the coast from one end to the other.

 

  • In 1943 there were twelve skeletons without heads and a child skeleton in an abandoned club. A stone plate worn away in the time of the day carried the message that illuminated the event a little: “I am heading towards a river 60 miles north. If someone comes up with this message and comes back, let’s be God assistant. ” This message dates back to 1891. Until this day no one could find out who these tragic victims were, how they had been victimized, and why their heads were absent.

 

 

 

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  • In November 1942, a British cargo ship named “Dunedin Star“, carrying 22 passengers and 85 crew, was sinking 40 miles south of the Kunene River. All 42 passengers, including three babies, were able to reach the shore with an engine boat. It took just four weeks to find one of the most difficult rescue missions ever seen and bring all these casualties back to the civilized world safely. Two identical discovery teams from Windhoek in Namibia, three Ventura bombers and several ships joined the operation. One of the rescue ships was on the ground and three crew drowned.

 

  • This name was given to the skeleton sailors by the Swiss pilot, Cari Nauer, who was flying from Cape Town to London in 1933. A journalist claimed that the pilot’s bones could be found in ‘Skeleton Beaches’ one day. The ones from Nauer were never found, but this name remains.

 

  • Rocks shaped by the wind
  • Beyond these dunes lining the coast, it rose to the surface layers of rock, with winds of 700 million years of fine craftsmanship as a result of some fantastic shapes turned into a honeycomb, rises like a ghost on the desert floor. Some of these mushrooms are reminiscent of giant cast iron, with hollow eyes, like some others I Munut Skull Rock in the river bed is as vast expanse of beach followed by a skull.
  • In the south, mountain chains in the inner regions form streams that can reach the ocean from very little dryness. These river beds, which the sun is roasting, continue to insist until they are completely absorbed by the dunes, just like the lonely transportation paths through the desert. Other rivers flowing through steep-walled clay and slime canyons such as Hoarusib are transformed into a chocolate-colored float under the heavy torrential rains of the inner regions and reach the sea.

 

  • Scientists give the name “linear heavies” to these dry river beds, which, surprisingly, give life to more plant and animal species with their underground waters. Indeed, this is a region where mammals living in Namibia come to graze grass and shrubs. Fillers dig deep pits here with their long teeth to find water. Again, the dusty surface of South African gazelles is also the area they open with their hooves for a bit of dampness. The desert sea, that is, the sounds of a thunder-like voice and the gulfs of the giant waves meet in the lower regions, the waves bring a different color to the millions of small stones that the waves drift. Granite, basalt, sandstone, agate, agate and quartz pebbles are widespread in a geological frenzy.

 

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  • Effective southern winds at sea. For the adventurers who lost their way during the old-time marines or blind sandstorms trying to survive in the sun and burning sun, this wind affects a funeral march played by ghosts. The San hunters of Namibia inspired these winds, which are one of the most extraordinary natural phenomena in the valley, inspired by the sesten they left, giving the name ‘Su-up-va‘. When ‘Su-up-Va’ is released, the slippery or protruding parts of the dunes fly away and the crushed pieces of quartz rub together so intensely that the sand dunes with this sound. At night, when the wind calms down and the desert cools down, nature comes to the land that is suffering throughout the day, looking a little from above, and sends a strong fog to the inner region.

 

  • How Fog Life Affects
  • The nights are a ghost mist on the dunes of Skeleton coasts (beachs). A black Onimakris insect climbs to the summit, the most humid region of a sand dune, adjusts its head to an angle with the ground and waits for it to condense in the foggy slope. Eventually enough moisture accumulates to form a drop, and your flesh flows towards your mouth. A shovel of insecticides collects water droplets that start to accumulate on the walls of the sieve.
  • The fog keeps the larger animals of the region alive. For example, a Deaf snake absorbs the accumulated nerve by sliding its mouth from one head to another on its scales. The survivors are told that they survived by sucking the ninkin nipples on the metal wings of their planes. Welwitschia, a plant that resembles science fiction monsters, will drink from the fog of the night thanks to the millions of tents on its broad leaves that can stretch over three meters.
Dangerous and Deserted Coast
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