Snow Falls In Sahara Desert! This Has Happened For The First Time In 37 Years

First Snow To Fall In The Sahara Desert In Almost Thirty-Seven Years!

Mother Nature is full of surprises. The great diversity of artistic features present in this world is too many to account for. All we can do is just stare in awe at this remarkable beauty. Some of the landscapes, however, are completely incomparable to the rest. One such landscape is the Sahara Desert. It is also one of the most aggressive places in the world.

We all know that the Sahara, covering an area of 3,600,000 square miles, is the largest desert in the world. We are all acquainted with the red dunes of the desert, and with the blazing temperatures, it’s tough to imagine that this place can also get cool at times. But that is exactly what happened recently – snow fell in the Sahara Desert for the first time in 37 years.

It took place on 19th December. Karim Bouchetata, an amateur photographer, visited the Sahara Desert during this time. And as you can expect, he was quite surprised to see what nature had in store for him. He had seen something and was able to take pictures of an event that has not happened for almost 40 years.

Bouchetata was apparently shocked to see this unusual event of snow falling in the Sahara Desert, but he didn’t let this opportunity go to vain. He took great pictures of this event so that we could witness this awesome event even though we were not physically present there. It only happened for 24 hours, but even then it was a miraculous event. Some might think whether they are actually dreaming after watching these pictures.

Bouchetata was apparently shocked to see this unusual event of snow falling in the Sahara Desert, but he didn’t let this opportunity go to vain. He took great pictures of this event so that we could witness this awesome event even though we were not physically present there. It only happened for 24 hours, but even then it was a miraculous event. Some might think whether they are actually dreaming after watching these pictures.