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1-Niger is one of the hottest countries in the world and is
nicknamed as Frying Pan of the World. It can get so hot, that it
can make raindrops evaporate before they hit the ground.
1-Niger is one of the hottest countries in the world and is nicknamed as Frying Pan of the World. It can get so hot, that it can make raindrops evaporate before they hit the ground.
2-Niger is home to one of the worlds largest and protected reserves. The Air and Tenere Natural Reserve is also home to animals like addax, cheetah, oryx, and gazelle. It is the largest protected area in Africa.
3-Their flag is perfectly square in shape and the colors of orange, white and green stand for the Sahara desert, purity and innocence. Also the green vegetation and fruitful agricultural areas of the country count.
4-The Tuareg and Inadan men wear veils. Even though the Tuaregs are Muslim, the women do not cover their faces but the men are known for covering their faces with a blue cloth, dyed with indigo.
5-A dinosaur named Nigersaurus has been discovered in Niger, said to have a long neck and a mouth like a hammerhead shark, with approximately 600 teeth for grazing ferns.
6-It has one of the most unusual routes of any of the major rivers in the world. Starting at approximately 150 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Instead of flowing to the nearby Atlantic Ocean it heads inland, away from the sea and into the Sahara Desert.
7-Tree of Tenere is reported as the loneliest tree in the world. The Acacia was standing 400 km from the nearest tree until it was knocked down by a car in 1973.
8-Madarounfa Lake in Maradi is another phenomenon where there are 99 graves of Muslim Saints; some have even noticed an unusual event such as gatherings of lights on Thursday evenings.
9-There are several old cities, towns, and villages in the country with well- preserved traditional architecture. Some abandoned sites such as Djado and Djaba are now exotic ruins in the middle of the desert.
10-Gobero in Agadez is the oldest known graveyard in the Sahara, dating back to 8000 BC. Remains of extinct animals and many other artifacts have been found here.