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Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest Nichole and Emily
Driest.V.S. Wettest The driest place on Earth is the Atacama Desert in Chile where no rain has fallen in 400 years.
The wettest place on Earth is Tutunendo, Colombia where 463 inches fall every year.
The hottest place on Earth is Al Aziziyah Libya in the Sahara Desert where a temperature of 136 degrees has been recorded there
Hottest.V.S. Coldest The coldest place on Earth is Vostok Antarctica. A temperature of 129 degrees below zero has been recorded there.
The Nile in Africa is the longest river in world. It is 4,145 miles long. The Amazon river in south America is not as long as the Nile river it’s 4,007 miles long.
Remember to bring your: Bathing suit An umbrella Sandals Winter coat Scarf Gloves Surf board Water bottle.
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The Dry By Alison Carrier and Amanda Campos Lots of Location Deserts on Earth are located between 30 degrees latitude north and 30 degrees latitude south.
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Africa Geographic Understandings (Physical). GPS and E.Q. GPS: SS7G1.a. The student will locate on a world and regional political-physical map: the Sahara,
Go to home page. In Melbourne the coldest weather that has been recorded was – 2.8 degrees. The coldest weather ever recorded was on the 4 th of July.
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Georgia’s Climate. Georgia’s regions have different climates. Weather- refers to the day-to-day conditions and changes in the atmosphere. Weather is constantly.
Deserts. What is a desert? The desert is a land of extremes: extreme heat and extreme dryness; sudden flash floods and cold nights. Because deserts are.
The Antarctic Going to extremes. What is the Antarctic? The area south of the Antarctic circle and around the south pole. –Below latitude 66° south.
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