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Iron oxide in Saharan sand dunes

Iron oxide in Saharan sand dunes

Ancient sand dunes have become frozen in time by alternating cycles of morning dew and baking sun, leaching clumps of iron oxide out of the sands. Now these ancient dunes stand fast while newer dunes move through and cross over them.
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