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The Amazon Rainforest is top of the list of natural wonders of the world, according to a new survey.

A study from TripAdvisor, which polled nearly 2,000 people, found that the South American rainforest came top of the destinations Brits aspire to see, followed by the Igazu Falls in Argentina and Brazil.

The new 'Seven Wonders of Nature' list is still being compiled, but according to Tripadvisor, the provisional list includes:

1.The Amazon Rainforest - South America

2.Iguazu Falls - Argentina and Brazil

3.Halong Bay - Vietnam

4.Table Mountain - South Africa

Joint 5.Komodo, Indonesia and Puerto Princesa Subterranean River in the Philippines

7.Jeju Island - South Korea

Tell us your favourite 'natural wonder below!

Do you know your Angel Falls from your Amazon River? Take our 'natural wonders' quiz below!

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Guess which is our favourite natural wonder?

The water here comes in a free fall of nearly 1000 metres, making the waterfall 15 times higher than Niagara falls... 

Angel Falls are the world's highest waterfall. They are named after the American aviator who discovered it – James Crawford Angel.

Travellers visiting this famous mountain often feel on top of the world. Can you scale the heights and put a name to it?

On the border between Nepal and Tibet, Everest is believed to be 60 million years old. It was first climbed by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tensing Norgay.

Often referred to as the biggest living thing in the world, there should be few barriers to getting this question right...

The Great Barrier Reef, one of the few natural wonders of the world which can be seen from space, is made up of thousands of different living coral formations.

This sure is a grand shot - and it's America's most famous natural icon. It is constantly changing form, due to erosion from the elements.

This famous chasm is 277 miles long, 18 miles wide in some parts, and took between three and six million years to form.

Discovered by William Gosse in the 19th century, this unusual rock has a spiritual significance as a meeting place for the locals. Can you centre in on which wonder this is?

Uluru is a sacred site of deep spiritual significance to the Anangu Aborigine people. For this reason, they try to dissuade visitors from climbing it - but hundreds still do so every day.

Hold tite! This is one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in the Middle East...

The Jeita Grotto is home to the world’s largest stalactite: the big beast weighs in at 8.2m long.

Often thought of as the most spectacular area for wildlife in the whole of Africa, this national park is a safari-lover’s dream. But where was our photo taken?

The Serengeti is populated by an estimated 1.5million wilderbeest, 500,000 zebra 3,000 lions as well as many other wildlife species.

European explorers didn't venture here until the 20th century - but now it sees more than half a million tourists every year.

The cliffs and rock faces either side of this 15km fjord rise as high as 1,200m in some parts.

Don't let your senses desert you! This vast area has been shaped over thousands of years...

The Sahara is the largest and driest desert in the world.

No, it's not the Nile. This is the second largest river in the world...

Flowing largely through rainforest, the Amazon meets the Atlantic Ocean smack bang on the equator.

Can you name all of these natural wonders of the world? Click on the arrow to begin!

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