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"HOW TO Survive In the Desert"

My recently published ebook "HOW TO Survive In the Desert" is a how-to desert survival handbook. It tells how, among many other things, to construct and use two different kinds of solar stills, and how to get some drinking water in the dryest desert-  by solar distilling urine.

 

There are many interesting different animals and plants in the desert, the ebook has 14 illustrations of them, and of the desert itself. I post just a few here. If you are at all interested in desert survival, desert animals and plants, or just the desert itself, you will enjoy this ebook.

 

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