By Dan Shapley
The Valley Of The Geysers has reemerged, after the natural wonder was buried days ago by a massive landslide
. The natural dam that had formed by the landslide was breached, and the overflowing water carried with it enough debris to uncover several geysers, according to the World Wildlife Fund. Geysers such as those at the Volcanoes of Kamchatka UNESCO World Heritage Site near Kamchatka appear in only four other places around the world. "These events testify to the fact that it is not necessary to take aggressive measures to restore the valley to its original form, said Laura Williams, director of World Wildlife Fund's Kamchatka office in Russia. "Nature will heal its own wounds and re-create itself once again. The group had raised objections to initial plans to use heavy machinery or explosives to clear the site. The world-famous Valley of the Geysers in Kamchatka's Kronotsky Nature Preserve was one of only five places on Earth where a concentration of geysers punch holes through the Earth's crust to spew boiling water and steam skyward. The four other places are in Yellowstone National Park, Chile, Iceland and New Zealand.