Stock Photo: Lying at 500 metres above sea level, the Bayuda desert is one of the most easterly extensions of the Sahara. It has a mainly gravel surface with sparse vegetation. The four gazelles running in the middle distance are Dorcas gazelles, the smallest gazelles with proportionally the longest limbed.

Lying at 500 metres above sea level, the Bayuda desert is one of the most easterly extensions of the Sahara.  It has a mainly gravel surface with sparse vegetation. The four gazelles running in the middle distance are Dorcas gazelles, the smallest gazelles with proportionally the longest limbed. : Stock Photo

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