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Nomads of the Gobi
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The Gobi Desert stretches across 500,000 square miles, covering parts of northern China and southern Mongolia. Due to the Gobi’s high elevation and high latitude, it’s a cold desert. And while we tend to think of deserts as endless sand dunes, most of the Gobi’s topography is exposed rock.
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Quick fact:Locals claim a giant poisonous ‘Mongolian death worm’ lives in the sands of the Gobi. Despite several investigations, no evidence of the worm has been found.
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