Anomalies in the world: The Sahara Desert is covered with snow

The Sahara Desert, located in northern Africa and known for its hot climate, experienced heavy snowfall. Scientists believe that this is due to global climate change, which has long gone out of control.

Some regions of Morocco have changed beyond recognition. Winter landscapes can be observed not only in mountainous regions, but also in the southern regions, where green oases are located, as well as on the outskirts of the Sahara.

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Heavy snowfalls and cold winds were able to reach the small village of Zagora, the dunes of which are considered one of the most picturesque in the Sahara Desert. Local residents are amazed at this natural anomaly.

Despite all this beauty, the snowfall brought some complications with it. For example, in mountainous areas there is a shortage of heating facilities, warm clothing and firewood.

Local authorities are doing everything to provide the local population with everything they need.

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One comment

  1. Certainly rare. The first recorded snowfall in the Sahara was in 1979.

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