After 37 Years, Sahara Desert Witness To Snow Fall Again In 2016

The Sahara Desert is the last place you’d hope to discover snow. It is, all things considered, one of the driest and most sultry districts of the world with...

The Sahara Desert is the last place you’d hope to discover snow. It is, all things considered, one of the driest and most sultry districts of the world with a normal temperature of 30C. Be that as it may, in a dreamlike unforeseen development to check the end of an effectively strange year, the little betray town of Ain Sefra in Algeria woke up yesterday to find that the red sand ridges had surprisingly turned white.

The unusual wonder was gotten on camera by beginner photographer Karim Bouchetata. “

 This is just the second time in living memory that snow has fallen on the Sahara. The first run through was in February 1979, additionally in Algeria.

Climate is changing seriously , some days ago snowfall has been recorded in Saudi Arabia also 

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