Step into the pages of Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World, with a trek to the top of Venezuela's Mount Roraima. With cliff walls that rise 400 meters (1,312 ft) on all sides, the flat plateau on top covers an enormous area of 30,000 sq km (~ 11,500 sq mi) . It is the home to an amazingly diverse ecosystem, with many species that are unique to the plateau. It is literally a world unto itself, where you can imagine coming face-to-face with a T-Rex and having nowhere to hide. It's easy to understand how this inspired Doyle's classic tale.
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- Location: Mount Roraima, Venezuela