Can't imagine being trapped in a terrifying 5 desert !!

Hearing the name of the desert, the sight of lifeless splendor erupts before the eyes. Although the desert is not life-threatening at all, the cruelty of the desert is no comparison between the most dangerous and murdered places in the world. Some of them are deserts which are really hellish. The report is taking on 5 such deserts.

01. The Taklamakan Desert

Taklamakan is one of the driest and most dangerous desert in the world. This word in Persian means that no one returns. According to some, the Turkish word looked up from Makan, meaning the place of death. The desert is located in Xinjiang Uyghur Province, southwest of China. The Gobi Desert is to the east of the desert surrounded by mountains. Its size is 130000 square miles. This desert is one of the driest deserts. The desert receives only 1 cm of rainfall a year. Daytime temperatures can rise up to 40 degrees Celsius in the extreme desert. And at night it can go down to 20 degrees below freezing point. There is also very little water source in the desert. For that reason, the green mark is not visible in this desert filled with elevated sandstone.

02. Mohavi Desert

It is the driest desert in North America. Located between southeastern California and southern Nevada in the United States, the desert has a volume of 47877 square miles. It is in this desert that the infamous Death Valley or Death Valley is where temperatures rise from 49 to 54 degrees Celsius. Rainfall below 13 inches a year is rarely available here. The strange Joshua tree is the only one to be found here. Besides, this desert is home to many extraordinary creatures, including cougars or rattlesnakes.

03. The Sahara Desert

It is the largest dry desert in the world. Its size is 3600000 square miles, which is closer to the size of China or the United States. This desert extends throughout most of North Africa. Isolated stones and mounds of sand are scattered throughout the desert. The height of a mound can be up to 600 feet. Temperatures may rise above 47 degrees Celsius in some desert areas during summer. And during the day, the temperature in the sand can rise above 80 degrees Celsius. There is very little rainfall here every year. Because of this, a small number of trees and animals live in this desert.

04. Kalahari Desert

Kalahai's words mean 'thirst for thirst'. Hearing the name, you realize how terrifying this desert can be. The desert extends between Botswana, Namibia and South Africa. The desert, which covers an area of 300,000 square miles, is largely sandy land. The temperature here sometimes rises to 45 degrees Celsius. However, most of the year, temperatures are lower here than in other deserts. But the lack of water in this desert is the cause of fear. Yet, varied flora and fauna can be found in this desert.

05. Atacama Desert

Atacama is the 41-square-mile desert, at a very high altitude west of the Andes Mountains. The driest desert is one of the driest places in the world. It is believed to be the oldest desert in the world. It is thought that such extreme weather has been prevalent here for 3000000 years. There is only about 15 millimeters of rainfall a year. It is said that some places in the desert have not rained at all for the last 400 years. Extreme weather is one of the highlights of this desert. Unexpected snowfall or hailstorm made this desert one of the most dangerous places in the world.

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