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Sunset and Sandstorms In Sahara Desert

If you visit Sahara Desert, you can witness two breathtaking views of the Sahara; sunset & sandstorm. Sandstorms are very common in the desert. Brown clouds of sand cover the sky as wind blows sand everywhere. As the force of wind passing over loosely held particles increases, particles of sand first start to vibrate, then to saltate.

The Saharan sandstorm or duststorm can also have beneficial effects where it deposits: Central and South American rain forests get most of their mineral nutrients from the Sahara; iron-poor ocean regions get iron; and dust in Hawaii increases plantain growth. But in Sahara, dust storms cause soil loss from the dry lands, remove organic matter and the nutrient-rich lightest particles, thereby reducing agricultural productivity.

The Sahara Desert is a spellbinding destination that is over 3 million years old. As the sky changes colors at dusk, you will see the panoramic view of sunset that surrounds you. The Saharan sunset attracts visitors and travelers to this vast and dry desert but still gives you cherished memories of this beautiful desert.

The desert looks red as the sun sets in Sahara. The Sahara can be an inspirational experience at night; with the air being crisp, clean and clear and the stars being so close you can almost touch them. The desert also has a deafening silence at night.
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