The boundless sand sea is dotted with clumps of trees. The clumps of sand willows injected vitality into the otherwise silent sand sea. The scenery of the desert is endless and vast. Let's take a look at the famous deserts in the world.

1. Sahara Desert

Formed about 2.5 million years ago, the Sahara Desert is the second largest desert in the world (after Antarctica) and the largest sandy desert in the world. It is located in northern Africa, where the climatic conditions are very harsh, making it one of the most inhospitable places on earth for living things. The main topographic features of the Sahara Desert include shallow and seasonally flooded basins and large oasis depressions, rocky highlands, steep mountains, and sandy beaches, dunes, and seas of sand.

2. Arabian desert

The Arabian Desert, a large desert located on the Arabian Peninsula, covers an area of ​​2.33 million square kilometers and is the second largest desert in the world. The Arabian Desert is located on the eastern edge of the Sahara Desert in North Africa. Located in eastern Egypt, between the Nile Valley, the Suez Canal and the Red Sea, it is also known as the Eastern Desert. Most rivers in the Arabian desert are either dry or incoherent, flowing only when there is heavy rain. In this region, only two systems, the Tigris and Euphrates, and the Hajar river in the south of Hadramaut, flow all year round.

3. Libyan Desert

The Libyan Desert is located in the northeastern part of the Sahara Desert. Including central and western Egypt and eastern Libya. The Libyan desert is a plateau sloping from south to north.

4. Australian Desert

The Australian desert is the largest desert in Australia and the fourth largest desert in the world. It consists of the Great Sand Desert, the Victoria Desert, the Gibson Desert and the Simpson Desert.