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Top 10 Hottest Countries

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Top 10 Hottest Countries

Description:
The temperature of an area depends on the strength of the sun's rays, which is determined by the angle at which the rays hit the earth.

Created on: 16/12/2010

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Since the earth is round, the sun's rays hit different areas at different angles; the higher the latitude the more slanted are the sun's rays. Any idea about the hottest countries in the world?

No.1
Superman
“During the summer, lasting roughly from May to October, the air generally is dry“

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No.2
Superman
“The climate is best from late September to early April.“

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No.3
NikBeer
“The desert has hot days and cold nights.“

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No.4
Robocop
“Highest average annual mean temperature Dallol, Ethiopia (Oct. 1960-Dec. 1966), 35°C (US): Key West, Fla. (30-year normal), 25.7°C“

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No.5
Superman
“Sandstorms blow across the Sahara from April to September.“

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