Gobi Desert, Mongolia. (Photograph by Erdenebayar Erdenesuren) Bactrian camels make their way across dunes in the Gobi desert, a vast expanse between southern Mongolia and northern China. The world’s third largest “hot” desert, the Gobi is home to some of Earth’s largest dunes, as well as unique wildlife like the endangered Gobi bear.
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Khongoryn Els Sand Dunes Inside the Gobi Gurvansaikhan National Park, the Khongoryn Els Sand Dunes are some of the largest and most spectacular in Mongolia. Also known as the Duut Mankhan (Singing Dunes), they are up to 300m high, 12km wide and about 100km long.At the botom of the dunes, nomads have planted their gers and own a small herd of bactrian camels.
Gobi Desert - Mongolia * The seemingly lifeless and inhospitable landscape of Mongolia's massive Gobi Desert is home to several endangered mammals, including snow leopards, Siberian Ibex, Argali Sheep and Gobi Camels.