As we near the end of the summer, the mountain range known as the Middle Eastern desert is slowly beginning to show signs of life.
The sand dunes of the desert are a great indicator of the presence of the Middle Euphrates River, the world’s longest flowing river, which flows through Kashmir.
On a clear day, the sand dune-covered landscape is an incredible sight, filled with sand duff, green grass and large, lush shrubs.
It is, after all, part of the fertile valley of the same name that forms the backdrop to the world-famous mountain range that runs along the middle of the country.
In fact, the Middle West desert is actually a combination of two desert landscapes, the Gobi Desert and the Arabian Desert.
The Arabian Desert stretches across parts of the central Arabian Peninsula from the Arabian Sea to the Mediterranean Sea, extending from the Red Sea to a distance of about 2,000 kilometres.
The Gobi desert, on the other hand, is a mountainous region in southern China, which stretches from the Indian Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.
Both deserts, which were named after the ancient Chinese term “gobi” (which translates roughly as “sand”) and “rong” (meaning “sea”), are part of a broader ecosystem that includes mountains, rivers and deserts.
However, there are differences in the geography of the two deserts.
The Arabian Desert is the largest desert region on Earth, with an area of about 20 million square kilometres.
In contrast, the desert in the Gombe Desert is much smaller and less densely populated, with a much smaller area of 7.5 million square kilometers.
This difference can be seen in the climate of the Arabian desert.
The Middle East desert is a temperate and semi-arid environment that is conducive to the formation of arid and semi dry soils.
This climate also allows for the creation of large areas of desert, such as in the Arabian Peninsula, which has seen the rise of the giant sand dungeon in the area.
While the desert is part of India, the Arabian Arabian Peninsula and parts of Pakistan are home to a significant number of people, mostly from the Arab and North African countries of the Persian Gulf region.
In addition, the Persian desert is home to some of the largest populations of the wild animal kingdom.
As such, the region is home not only to large numbers of large predators such as lions, tigers, cheetahs, bears and other large predators, but also a large number of species of birds, mammals and reptiles, as well as plants and animals.
According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the Arab Gobi is the most biodiverse desert on Earth.
Since its discovery in the 1960s, the area of the Gopi Desert has become the largest in the world, and the largest of its kind on Earth with a population of about one million.
But, with such a vast area of land, its biodiversity is also limited.
According the National Geographic, there have been only two documented cases of a human-caused extinction in the Arab desert.
In 2001, the population of an endangered bird called the camelopard-gazelle (Aquila palustris) in the region was reduced by two-thirds.
Similarly, the same year, the number of the endangered species of the alpine wolf (Virgo rosenbergii) in North America was reduced to less than one per cent.
What’s more, the conservationists point out that even though the population in the wild is small, the ecosystem of the Arab deserts is much larger.
It includes the Arabian sands, Arabian sands and the surrounding arid deserts.
While it is unknown what will happen to the remaining populations of animals that inhabit the Arabian deserts in the coming years, the future of the area will depend largely on whether or not the region can continue to sustain the population growth that has occurred over the last decades.
The desert area is a rich habitat for wildlife, and it will be interesting to see what kind of impact this species will have on the local environment.
With climate change affecting the climate, the environment is not as it was in the past.
The desert will continue to experience change, but the extent of that change will be greater than ever before.