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Kazakh Sphinx

Kazakh Sphinx, Zhumbaktas, Lake Borovoe, Kazakhstan
    This is what some call sphinx. Make sure to look at the imagery; you can’t see much from the aerial view. Here is the link to the Google map.   Name: Kazakh Sphinx Lat, Long: 53.087425, 70.251971 Location:  Zhumbaktas, Lake Borovoe, Kazakhstan     Image via Panoramio
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Vale da Lua

Vale da Lua, Alto Paraíso de Goiás, Goiás, Brazil
    Make sure Google Maps pictures are on! This is unreal!   Name: Vale da Lua Lat, Long: -14.140321,-47.672352 Location:  Alto Paraíso de Goiás, Goiás, Brazil  
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The Eye of Africa

The Eye of Africa, Adrar, Mauritania
    The Eye of Africa, also known as Richat Structure, also the Eye of the Sahara and Guelb er Richat, is a 40 km in diameter, largely circular structure that was once believed to be an asteroid impact structure. It has been since concluded that its extraterrestrial origin...
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Yeti Tracks

Yeti Tracks, Arequipa, Peru
    Well, maybe not Yeti tracks, but something like that…   Name: Yeti Tracks Lat, Long: -16.591614,-71.785318 Location: Arequipa, Peru  
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Uluru Monolith, Australia

Ayers Rock, or Uluru, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia
    The Ayers Rock, or Uluru, is a large natural sandstone formation featuring water caves and petroglyphs. It is  a sacred site for the aboriginals of the area. More info here. Name: Ayers Rock or Uluru Lat, Long: -25.344375,131.034401 Location: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Uluru, Northern Territory,...
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The Badlands Guardian, Alberta, Canada

The Badlands Guardian – Alberta, Canada
    The Badlands Guardian, also known as “Indian Head”, is located near Medicine Hat,  Alberta, Canada. It is a natural formation created through erosion of soft, clay-rich soil.  Although it may appear convex, it is actually a concave formation. More info can be found here.   There...
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