Kingdom of Saudi Arabia | The deserts surrounding Mecca and Medina are turning green and the reason is...

2024-04-16 2024-04-16T13:17:41Z
ندى ماهر عبدربه
ندى ماهر عبدربه
صانع مُحتوى

Arabia Weather - In the arid desert landscape of Saudi Arabia, a vibrant green oasis has emerged as a stunning and unusual sight, as a result of the recent heavy rains that affected the Kingdom.

This stunning transformation has caught the attention of locals and visitors alike, transforming the once barren landscape into a lush haven of thriving plants.

Amidst its harsh conditions, the desert experiences a sudden burst of life, highlighting nature's resilience and ability to renew with rainfall, which revived the previously dry land, which is a clear contrast to the barren appearance it used to.

Not only is this oasis a stunning visual spectacle, it also houses new discovered biodiversity, attracting a variety of wildlife to this space.

The Saudi desert thrives due to heavy rains

The recent wave of heavy rains affected part of the vast desert in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, especially in the adjacent area between Mecca and Medina. Heavy rains have revitalized these previously barren landscapes, making them blossom in vivid shades of green.

This noticeable change, especially in the western regions, stems from the surplus of water, which promotes the growth of plants and grass. Images taken by NASA satellites have captured the wonderful views of camels feeding on lush vegetation, as previously barren spaces become covered in vibrant colors.

The pictures show the beauty brought by the rain, grazing on fresh grass, a rare sight seen in these usually dry areas. Areas that were previously devoid of plants have become teeming with life, and the desert landscape is dotted with bright green patches that contrast with the golden dunes. Social networking sites received great interaction, and I received many comments and reactions.

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Sources:

makkahnewspaper

timesofindia

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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