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Death Valley. Thorny vegetation on sand dunes in Death Valley, California, USA, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. The valley, 86 metres below sea level, is about 220 kilometres long and 25 kilometres wide. It has a hot arid climate, and temperatures can exceed 50 degrees Celsius.
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