If you want to visit the largest desert in the world it will take you to Africa as you can see on this world map to the north and you will see the vast Sahara desert which extends over 9 million square kilometers from the Red Sea .
Algeria Chad Egypt Libya Mali Mauritania Morocco Niger Sudan and Tunisia In the west including 10 countries in the Mediterranean Sea in the north, Algeria in the Atlantic Ocean in the east, although beneath the sterile sand lie many mysteries that scientists are still discovering.
Because their equipment has gotten better and some they are terrifying and change everything as we show you in this video so stay tuned Did you know that the Sahara once had lush vegetation that envious scientists of the Amazon forest just found out how the moisture in the Sahara suddenly ended but to get to the crux of this story forgive that pun.
What we will go back to between 11,000 and 5,000 years ago, it was transforming the Sahara Desert after the end of the last ice age. Vegetation developed over the sand dunes and increased rainfall turned dry caves into lakes, now known as the Sahara.
Animals such as hippos, antelope, elephants and wild ancestors of modern domesticated cattle feasted on their rich grasses and shrubs. Although the story changed about 8,000 years ago and the green shift of the Sahara began, it was due to the change in the tilt of the Earth.
The tilt started to increase from 24.1° to the current 23.5° that the tilt variation just made a big difference.
Because of the current tilt during the green Sahara, however, the Northern Hemisphere was closest to the Sun at any time during the summer. An increase in the rate of inclination due to an increase in solar radiation or heat in the Earth’s northern hemisphere during the summer months.
A seasonal wind change in the region due to the temperature difference between land and ocean. The increased heat over the Sahara created a low pressure system that introduced moisture from the Atlantic Ocean into barren deserts, typically blowing dry air.
Towards the Atlantic spreading dust that fertilizes the Amazon rainforest and forms beaches in the Caribbean, wind generally blows from dry land toward the Atlantic spreading dust that fertilizes the Amazon rainforest and beaches in the Caribbean.
This increased moisture replaced the formerly sandy Sahara. In the form of animals the grass and shrub-covered steppes, humans also eventually domesticated buffalo and goats and even created an early system of symbolic art in the region.
What fascinates climate scientists about the green Sahara is how suddenly it appeared and disappeared to the end of the green. It took just 200 years for the Sahara to change in cell radiation was gradual, but the landscape suddenly changed, this was an example of sudden climate change on a large scale.
The Green Sahara, also known as the African Wet Period, was caused by the Earth’s constantly changing orbit around its axis, a pattern that humans will notice and the answer to the big question.
Which repeats itself every twenty three thousand years, but due to greenhouse gas emissions caused by human-caused climate change migration, no one can predict when the Sahara will turn a new green leaf, how about fish Finding.