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.
Virga clouds look a bit like jellyfish floating in the sky. The "tentacles", which you can see hanging down, are called "virga". They are essentially rain, or snow, that evaporates away before ever reaching the ground. Virga common over Arizona
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The high precipitation has made Island Park a blissful destination no matter what time of year it is. It's enchanting places like Island Park that prove Idaho is comprised of way more than dry desert landscapes. In fact, our beautiful state is much, much more than that.
Aircraft Graveyard --- at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base near Tucson, Arizona - Hundreds of Stratofortress bombers are stored here in the desert. These planes, whose flying days are over, are preserved for spare parts.
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.
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