Food VIDEO. In the realm of gypsum, the White Sands desert

23:00  17 march  2020
23:00  17 march  2020 Source:   onzemondial.com

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The White Sands National Monument, New Mexico, USA. Situated at an elevation of 1291 m (4235 ft) in the Tularosa Basin, White Sands is a dazzling It is also the largest dune field of gypsum in the whole world. The area is a home for lizards, pocket mouse and insects, that have evolved a white

White Sands National Monument has been on our bucket list for quite some time now and we finally got to go! Such a magical place: 275 miles of white gypsum sand dune glory. In this twelfth episode we camped overnight in the middle of the desert : the sunset, the

Every day, "20 Minutes" advises you on a video made by its partner "Brut"

Des visiteurs aux White Sands, Nouveau-Mexique. © David Zalubowski Visitors to the White Sands, New Mexico. PANORAMA - Every day, "20 Minutes" advises you on a video made by its partner "Brut"

Dunes as far as the eye can see. Yes, but white. To see this extraordinary landscape, head to the White Sands, located in the state of New Mexico, in United States . It is the largest natural deposit of gypsum in the world. Gypsum? One of the components of sable , and which gives it its shiny appearance.

To understand where it comes from, you have to turn to the adjacent lake. The rain from the surrounding mountains, loaded with gypsum, pours into it. Hence the whiteness of this desert. In fact, several animal species have gotten into it: over time, they have adapted and now have a color close to ... white. Do you want to know more about this immaculate desert made in America? Our partner, Brut, tells you everything in video:

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