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Gobi and Taklamakan Deserts

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Robert Mullins

on 6 October 2012

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Transcript of Gobi and Taklamakan Deserts

Gobi Desert: The Gobi Desert is one of the driest deserts in the world. Compared
to the horrors of the Taklamakan Desert, however, the Gobi is a paradise. In the
Gobi, there is at least the hope of water, although water (an oasis) is very rare. Taklamakan Desert: This desert is called the Sea of Death from which no one
escapes. The Taklamakan is the second largest desert in the world. It offers
poisonous snakes, frequent sandstorms, boiling days, freezing nights, and intense
water shortage. A very brave explorer did cross this desert on foot relatively
recently. In 1998, just a few years ago, Carla Perrotti, a 51-year-old Italian
woman, crossed this desert. She walked over 200 miles in 24 days, alone.
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