Comment se forment les déserts tropicaux ?

Lorsque l'air chaud humide monte et se refroidit à l'équateur, l'humidité se condense en nuages et il pleut. S'il tombe à nouveau, l'air se réchauffe à nouveau et provoque une sécheresse extrême, des déserts se forment alors. Auteur : ZDF/Terra X/I.Zink/Wendevarga/Jochen Schmidt Traduction et doublage : alugha Cliquez ici pour voir plus de vidéos : https://alugha.com/TerraX

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