Kaluli - Papua New Guinea
Kaluli | Mount Bosavi, Southern Highlands province, The Highlands | Papua New Guinea, 2017
This mountain in the southern highlands is actually the collapsed cone of an extinct volcano. It stands in one of the remotest places on the planet. The huge crater is around four kilometres wide and one kilometre deep, and its 1,000-metre-high walls have isolated the local flora and fauna for thousands of years. Unsurprisingly, the area fired the imaginations of scientists, especially biologists, who suspected it was a treasure trove of ancient, undiscovered species.
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