He Found a Great White Shark in an Empty Building, See How It Got There

Imagine you’re entering the territory of an amazing but abandoned Wildlife Park. The animal cages are overgrown with grass, small houses have been left for a long time, and cobwebs and mold are everywhere. You walk into a dark building and see a green glow ahead. You approach and realize it’s a large water tank. There’s old, green water in it, but you’re attracted by the silhouette of a huge fish inside.

You’ve just found a great white shark. Its body is in a formaldehyde solution, keeping it almost perfectly preserved. In 2012, Wildlife Wonderland in Australia ceased its operations. All the animals were moved from there, but the shark was forgotten. There’s a special story behind every deserted place in the world. Crumbling, rotting, or even completely overpowered by nature, these places can easily give you goosebumps. Here are the most interesting places that were abandoned for various reasons and circumstances.


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Shane McAlister injecting glycerol into Rosie the Shark at Crystal World Exhibition Centre to stop further degradation of the sharks exposed fins: By Voksy, CC BY-SA 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=91953049
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Embalmed shark in an abandoned Wildlife Park 0:01
Abandoned ghost church in the Czech Republic 1:49
Rusty red bicycle inside a tree 3:15
A swimming pool in the middle of the desert 4:34
Creepy apartment in Paris 5:37
An old sunken ship half-buried in the sand 7:26
Ancient underground town 9:52

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