is a salt desert and the 25th largest desert in the world. Certain part of this desrt is completely covered with black volcano lava, which helps to absorb a lot of sunshine. It results in keeping the temperature nice and hot. A plateau with salt flats, sinkholes, as well as ravines comprises the eastern portion of this desert. Whereas the western part of Dasht-e Lut consists of long stretches of sand and some of the tallest dunes in the world. It is said that no living creature can be found anywhere in this desert. The temperature may range up to 159 F.
Al Aziziya is the capital of the Jafara district in northwestern Libya. Once, Aziziya was known to be the hottest city on Earth. Later on, the measurement was proved to be invalid by the World Meteorological Organization. It is still hotly contested. The city is a major trade center of Libya
Located in California, USA with the highest temperature ranging to 134 F/56.7 C is the home to the hottest, driest, and lowest places in North America. The temperature is not same around the valley. The valley is very much close to the border of California and Nevada. There are some salt pans, faults, and a few water ways in Death Valley. It is the home to a number of wildlife comprises of birds, plants, and fish.
Being known as the Empty Quarter in English the temperature of Rub’ Al Khali ranges upto 131 F/55 C. It’s regarded as the second most oil-rich place in the world. But the vicinity is highly inhospitable. Some plants can be found here and there, or you can get some rodent or arachnid with a very less number of people living there.
Tirat Zvi is a religious kibbutz (group home) in the Beit She’an Valley of Israel. The vicinity is located about 721.8 ft below sea level. The temperature ranges upto 129 F/53.9 C.