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Deserts 101 | National Geographic

Deserts 101 | National Geographic

Deserts are diverse ecosystems that occur on all seven continents. Learn about the four major types of deserts, the surprising amount of wildlife some of them contain, and how new desert areas are beginning to form.
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  1. Deserts may seem lifeless, but in fact many species have evolved special ways to survive in the harsh environments. To learn more, you can read on here: https://on.natgeo.com/2X6H1dD

  2. Didn't learn anything about surviving in the desert

  3. Арал – это экологическая катастрофа!

  4. That's how the mega Cities were born

  5. The Levant is not a desert. It has Mediterranean climate. Come here and see all the green around:)

  6. Metric is the standard, poor choice from National Geographic.

  7. サボテン最高☀️

  8. To the contrary it's because we do not utilize our resources and therefore manage them that we have desertification. The most dramatic example of failing to do this is the consequence of wildfires in California where we do not log and manage those forests as we should. Our populations have suffered great loss of life over a period of 30 years and that's completely inexcusable.

  9. Why use fahrenheit? Only 1 country even knows what that is.

  10. It is just unfathomable to me that National Geographic does not apply the International System of Units. If science you speak of, the language of science you must utilize.

  11. NG, you have nailed the 101 video format by now! I really appreciate the ending with a powerful message

  12. I don't know why, but i just love deserts

  13. You should certainly have a text in the video to inform the Celsius temperatures whenever you're stating Fahrenheit temperatures. This is an international platform.

  14. I get so triggered looking at the map 1:03. I thought NatGeo uses Winkel Tripel projection?

  15. I ve always enjoyed this channel

  16. Who saw lil dicky earth video on this

  17. Nat Geo I suggest to follow International system of units.

  18. fantastic national geographic channel

  19. fantastic national geographic

  20. Climate change is real fight to make earth green.

  21. Me: It could be cool if someone could make a program on youtube talking about everything

    National Geographic: 101 series

  22. The temperature in the middle of Saudi Arabia is 46 C/ 114 F now ☀️🔥🌞

  23. The parched ground shall become a pool, and the thirsty land springs of water…

    "The wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad for them; and the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose." – Isaiah 35:1

  24. International units are jokes for you?

  25. China has managed to reverse deforestation in their regions and also developed a new simple technology that can regreen desert terrain…

  26. Deserts exist
    Intel and AMD= woah, thats legal to start the carrier

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