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The Kamchatka Peninsula is one of the most dangerous places on earth

Utilising satellite imagery from around the world, Google Earth has created an interactive search map for visitors.

At a time when world travel tops many bucket lists, Google enables users to explore the globe from the comfort of their bedrooms.

From the top of mountain ranges, to inside hidden caves, Google Earth has captured far-flung corners of the globe.

However, it’s not just scenic views that the tools has captured. Some UFO hunters claim to have discovered spooky alien markings.

Some places such as Marcoule Nuclear Site in France are a no show having been hidden by Google.

Other areas, such as Russia’s own ‘death valley’ have been made accessible.

The Kamchatka Peninsula, in the far east of Russia, has a very deadly story.

Named as one of the dangerous places on Earth, the area is a hub of toxic gasses.

The environment poses a threat to any life in the area.

According to Bright Side, animals and plants quickly die while humans start to feel unwell, getting dizzy and a fever upon close proximity to the geysers.

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The peninsula is home to the Volcanoes of Kamchatka

There are very few places like this on earth

The peninsula is home to the Volcanoes of Kamchatka, and 29 of the volcanoes are still active.

Because of this, the area has been rewarded UNESCO World Heritage Site.

However despite its dangerous toxic emitting geysers, the area still attracts tourists.

One visiter, articwren wrote on TripAdvisor: “There are very few places like this on earth”.

Another user Toh A added: “An exotic, eye opening and memorable trip”.

The Kamchatka Peninsula

The environment poses a threat to any life in the area

This is not the first deadly site made accessible by Google, previous Google Maps footage revealed “hell of earth” in the Ethiopia.

Danakil Desert is located in the Afar region of Ethiopia and hides a very nasty secret.

Over 10,000 years ago this section of Africa was part of the red sea but now the landscape is one of the most dangerous places in the world.

With scorching temperatures that often reach an incredible 120 degrees, it’s no surprise the Danakil Desert has been nicknamed “Hell on earth”.

The site is awash with numerous active volcanoes and geysers that spit toxic gasses. However, even though this site is incredibly dangerous, thrill-seeking adventurers from around the world are drawn to the lava spitting pools.

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