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Iranian Desert (Persian Desert)

Listed under Deserts in Isfahan, Iran.

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Amongst the sparse shrubs, rocks and drifting sand dunes of what is also known as the Persian Desert, enormous salt basins glare up at the sky, their shimmering crystals created by the high-speed evaporation which takes place here during the day. Many of the most arid regions at the southern end of this desert are completely untouched and come alive in the evening, when cheetahs, leopards, herds of gazelles, sand foxes, birds and reptiles venture out into the cooler air.

Written by  larapiegeler.

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Is the Iranian desert hot or cold?

In the Iranian desert are the temperatures really high or really low or both?

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The Iranian, or Persian Desert is a cold desert.

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