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FIRE OR…? Here Are The Hottest Places In The World, Where The Wheels Of Vehicles Melt Like Wax

   
   

FIRE OR…? Here Are The Hottest Places In The World, Where The Wheels Of Vehicles Melt Like Wax

Did you know these days have been bitterly cold in the mountainous regions of the world including North India? In such a situation, we are

reminded of summer. Often in summer, we get very upset and then we start remembering the winter again. Today we are going to tell you

about a place in the world which is considered to be the hottest place in the world. Where there is so much heat that the tires of the

vehicles fall back like wax. Today we will introduce you to some such places of the world which are considered to be the hottest on earth.

FIRE OR…? Here Are The Hottest Places In The World, Where The Wheels Of Vehicles Melt Like Wax

The rising temperature of the Earth has made scientists all over the world think. Earth’s temperature is gradually increasing, while the lack

   
   

of rain has created worse conditions. Our country may be considered hot because of the temperature, but there are some places in the

world where the temperature is so high that the vehicles melt into the tires. Today we will introduce you to some such places of the world

which are considered to be the hottest on earth.

Death Valley, USA

Death Valley, located in California’s the Mojave Desert, is one of the driest and warmest regions in North America. It is very hot due to

being well below sea level. The temperature reached 56.7 degrees Celsius in July 1913, which is the record temperature so far. The

temperature here is 47 degrees Celsius.

FIRE OR…? Here Are The Hottest Places In The World, Where The Wheels Of Vehicles Melt Like Wax

Fleming Mountain, Xinjiang, China

Fleming Mountain, which falls in the series of Tian Shan mountains in Xinjiang, China, is also counted in hot areas. In the year 2008, the

sea level here was recorded at 66.8 degrees Celsius. That year it was the highest temperature measured on the earth.

Queensland, Australia

Australia is called the driest continent in the world. The Queensland Outback is a big desert here, known as ‘Badlands’. In 2003 there was

a severe drought. At that time the temperature here had reached 69.3 degrees Celsius.

Dasht-e-Loot, Iran

   
   

Dasht-e-Loot is called the hottest place on earth. The temperature reached 70 degrees in 2004 and 70.7 degrees in 2005. Most parts of

Dasht-e-Loot gets so much heat that it is not possible for any animal to live here.

   
   

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