posted on Nov, 7 2004 @ 05:36 AM
certainly in the forests of russia,there have even been reports of "wooly mamoths" still living in the deepest parts untouched by man,how credible
these are is a different matter?
There are about 150 islands dotted around the globe which are known but never visited,there positions are not even verified properley as much as to
say they are inacurate on the admiralty charts.
one of these islans is " PAGALU" belonging to Equitoral Guinea,it used to belong to spain then portugal at which time it was called"Anabom" its
right on the equator.
In 1999 a small research team went there and sent back a radio signal to verify its position,the waters around its coast are treacherous and laced
with sharp volcanic rocks,making it virtually impossible to get anything other than a canoe in there.
It has a population of around 400 people and although obviously not untouched by humans as you suggested it still holds many secrets and is just one
example of remote places untouched by western influence-a lost world if you like!
Its suspected that the bird the DODO may still live there? as well as undescovered species of birds and reptiles.
In March of next year i am involved with a research team going there to make a documentry and will share my finds with you on ATS,in the following
years the same team i am involved with will be exploring other similar islands around the globe,many of which do not have human life on them.