Which is nearer to the equator: the world’s oldest living rainforest or the world’s oldest living desert?

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Which is nearer to the equator: the world’s oldest living rainforest or the world’s oldest living desert?

Post by NewsOnline on Fri Jan 13, 2012 5:16 am

Which is nearer to the equator: the world’s oldest living rainforest or the world’s oldest living desert?

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Post by NewsOnline on Fri Jan 13, 2012 5:17 am

How to find the answer: Search [world’s oldest living rainforest] to find the Daintree Rainforest in southern Australia. Search [world’s oldest living desert] to find the Namib Desert in Namibia, Africa. Using Google Maps, search for [Namib desert Namibia]. Using the right mouse button, click to check the latitude. Find that it's between 19 and 22 degrees S latitude. Do the same for Daintree, Queensland. Find it's between 15 and 19 degrees S latitude. Thus, Daintree is farther north and nearer to the equator.


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