Did you know camels close their noses to keep sand and dust out? Find out how animals survive in the dry and often very hot desert climate while singing and reading along! Readers will love the vibrant illustrations and upbeat, Western music. #juvenilenonfiction #lifesciences #lizard #languagedevelopment #creativearts #desert #precipitation #habitat #camel #snake #prey #predator #headstartearlylearning   #tortoise #camouflage #spaghettiwestern #nextgenerationsciencestandards #cantatalearning

Did you know camels close their noses to keep sand and dust out? Find out how animals survive in the dry and often very hot desert climate while singing and reading along! Readers will love the vibrant illustrations and upbeat, Western music. #juvenilenonfiction #lifesciences #lizard #languagedevelopment #creativearts #desert #precipitation #habitat #camel #snake #prey #predator #headstartearlylearning #tortoise #camouflage #spaghettiwestern #nextgenerationsciencestandards #cantatalearning

Did you know camels close their noses to keep sand and dust out? Find out how animals survive in the dry and often very hot desert climate while singing and reading along! Readers will love the vibrant illustrations and upbeat, Western music. #juvenilenonfiction #lifesciences #lizard #languagedevelopment #creativearts #desert #precipitation #habitat #camel #snake #prey #predator #headstartearlylearning #tortoise #camouflage #spaghettiwestern #nextgenerationsciencestandards #cantatalearning

Did you know camels close their noses to keep sand and dust out? Find out how animals survive in the dry and often very hot desert climate while singing and reading along! Readers will love the vibrant illustrations and upbeat, Western music. #juvenilenonfiction #lifesciences #lizard #languagedevelopment #creativearts #desert #precipitation #habitat #camel #snake #prey #predator #headstartearlylearning #tortoise #camouflage #spaghettiwestern #nextgenerationsciencestandards #cantatalearning

We Welcome You to The Desert of Maine!The Desert of Maine is a 40-acre (160,000 m2) tract of exposed glacial silt (a sand-like substance, but finer-grained than sand) surrounded by a pine forest near the town of Freeport, Maine, in the United States. The Desert of Maine is not a true desert, as it receives an abundance of precipitation, and the surrounding vegetation is being allowed to encroach on the barren dunes.

We Welcome You to The Desert of Maine!The Desert of Maine is a 40-acre (160,000 m2) tract of exposed glacial silt (a sand-like substance, but finer-grained than sand) surrounded by a pine forest near the town of Freeport, Maine, in the United States. The Desert of Maine is not a true desert, as it receives an abundance of precipitation, and the surrounding vegetation is being allowed to encroach on the barren dunes.

Virga. Visible streaks of precipitation that evaporate before reaching the ground. Sort of look like cloud commas or jelly fish.

Virga. Visible streaks of precipitation that evaporate before reaching the ground. Sort of look like cloud commas or jelly fish.

“Pegue todos os ‘nãos’ que a vida te faz engolir e transforme em canção pra te ajudar a seguir. A grandeza não está em tocar sempre a melhor música, mas em aprender a dançar corretamente todas as melodias!” — Fernanda Gaona  Bommm dia vida, hoje vou dançar com você!!! ¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪

“Pegue todos os ‘nãos’ que a vida te faz engolir e transforme em canção pra te ajudar a seguir. A grandeza não está em tocar sempre a melhor música, mas em aprender a dançar corretamente todas as melodias!” — Fernanda Gaona Bommm dia vida, hoje vou dançar com você!!! ¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪

There's something stunning about snow falling on a sea of red sand. Incredible photos capture the first snowfall in the Sahara Desert in almost 40 years, an area known for blisteringly hot temperatures and little to no precipitation.

First Sahara Desert Snow In 37 Years Captured By Photographer

There's something stunning about snow falling on a sea of red sand. Incredible photos capture the first snowfall in the Sahara Desert in almost 40 years, an area known for blisteringly hot temperatures and little to no precipitation.

<strong> Weather Board Game</strong>  This board game gives students the opportunity to review in a fun, engaging way!   <strong>The game reviews</strong>: -4 Types of Precipitation: Snow, Sleet, Hail, Rain  -Weather Tools: Thermometer, Wind Vane, Rain Gauge, Barometer, Anemometer, and Hygrometer -3 Climate Zones: Polar, Tropical, Temperate -Cloud Types: Cumulus, Cirrus, Stratus, Cumulonimbus -Types of environments: Grassland, Desert, Mountain, Wetland, Swamp, Tundra, and Rainforest…

<strong> Weather Board Game</strong> This board game gives students the opportunity to review in a fun, engaging way! <strong>The game reviews</strong>: -4 Types of Precipitation: Snow, Sleet, Hail, Rain -Weather Tools: Thermometer, Wind Vane, Rain Gauge, Barometer, Anemometer, and Hygrometer -3 Climate Zones: Polar, Tropical, Temperate -Cloud Types: Cumulus, Cirrus, Stratus, Cumulonimbus -Types of environments: Grassland, Desert, Mountain, Wetland, Swamp, Tundra, and Rainforest…

The world’s largest desert isn’t the Sahara. It’s the entire continent of Antarctica.Deserts aren’t measured by grains of sand or amount of camels; it’s all about precipitation, and Antarctica takes the cake. The roughly 5.5 million square mile continent only gets about eight inches of rain a year. | 22 Facts That Will Totally Fuck With Your Perception Of The World

22 Facts That Will Totally Fuck With Your Perception Of The World

The world’s largest desert isn’t the Sahara. It’s the entire continent of Antarctica.Deserts aren’t measured by grains of sand or amount of camels; it’s all about precipitation, and Antarctica takes the cake. The roughly 5.5 million square mile continent only gets about eight inches of rain a year. | 22 Facts That Will Totally Fuck With Your Perception Of The World

Deserts are arid regions, generally receiving less than ten inches of precipitation a year, or regions where the potential evaporation rate is twice as great as the precipitation.    The world's deserts are divided into four categories. Subtropical deserts are the hottest, with parched terrain and rapid evaporation. Although cool coastal deserts are located within the same latitudes as subtropical deserts, the average temperature is much cooler because of frigid offshore ocean currents.

Deserts are arid regions, generally receiving less than ten inches of precipitation a year, or regions where the potential evaporation rate is twice as great as the precipitation. The world's deserts are divided into four categories. Subtropical deserts are the hottest, with parched terrain and rapid evaporation. Although cool coastal deserts are located within the same latitudes as subtropical deserts, the average temperature is much cooler because of frigid offshore ocean currents.

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