Saturday, June 21, 2014

Fact of the Day: Wadi River

In many of the driest spots of the world, there are dry riverbeds known as wadis. They will only contain water in times of heavy rain. 

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  1. Now,we have a lot of little lakes that stay dry until it rains. We call them playa lakes

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  2. oh! I have never seen
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  3. I didn't know that's what they're called. Thanks:)

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  4. I have never heard about wadis; in my country we call this kind of rivers " torrentes" and they only exist during the autumn (season of rains). Kisses:)

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  5. I knew that.... What does NEKO in your blog title mean, Adam?

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  6. I imagine it doesn't rain there very often.

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  7. A big litterbox for the cat otherwise

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  9. Yup! I been to several and there are really amazing erosions to see too.

    Oh no, this spam above is hitting everybody. I just saw it on two other blogs this morning.

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  10. Hopefully that will change one day

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  11. I've heard of this word but never knew what it meant. Thanks for the enlightenment.

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  12. We call ours arroyos. Sometime I hope to see a wadi in the Middle East.

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  13. It can have our rain to fill it. I swear, this summer has been nothing but one long, rainy season.

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