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Question:
Where is the driest place in the world?
Answer:
The driest place on Earth is the 15-million-year-old Atacama Desert in Northern Chile. Made up of salt basins, sand, and lava flows, it is 50 times more arid than California’s Death Valley. The average rainfall is just 1 millimeter per year!
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