HOW TO SURVIVE IN A HOSTILE PLACE AS THE DESERT Rules and basics for survival in a hot desert. Temperatures in the desert can reach values from 55°C to 60°C (131°F to 140°F) in the shade, while at ground level the sand can get up to 80°C (176°F). When walking in the desert, the heat coming from below, that is felt is indescribable. In a normal day in the desert temperatures are suffocating; around an average of 45°C – 50°C (113°F – 122°F ). At these temperatures the death occurs mainly by heat stroke (sun stroke) and for dehydration....
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