The Sahara Desert spans over 3.5 million square miles—an expanse comparable to China or the USA.

The Dead Sea, often termed a “super-salty” lake, boasts a salinity nearly 10 times higher than the ocean. Bearing the title of the Earth’s saltiest lake, the Dead Sea is an extraordinary body of water with a salinity level nearly ten times that of the ocean. This extreme salinity renders the water so dense that humans effortlessly float on its surface. The hostile environment created by the intense salt concentration prohibits the survival of plants and animals. The Dead Sea’s unique characteristics mark it as a geological marvel, standing as a testament to the diverse and extreme landscapes that exist on our planet.