It’s true what they say: the past is another country. And while we may not have a time machine to take us back there, that doesn’t mean we can’t find places on Earth where the natural world has preserved an ancient landscape for us to visit and explore – even if just virtually.
Here are 5 amazing Prehistoric islands that you still want to visit. – Canary Islands and Madeira, Portugal – The islands are volcanic in origin.
Because of their isolation from the mainland they have a very rich variety of endemic species such as some remarkable birds like Tenerife Blue Chaffinch (Fringilla teydea) or Canarian black griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus). – Hispaniola – This island is shared by two countries: Haiti on its western end and Dominican Republic on east side.
It’s also known for being La Española which was Christopher Columbus’ first landing point when he came to America in 1492. You can find here amazing biodiversity including 34 different types of mammals, 147 kinds of birds, 48 reptiles and amphibians