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Death Valley Seen From Dantes View.jpg

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Dantes View provides a spectacular view point for Death Valley. The white area directly below the view point is salt deposits. These deposits occur at the lowest point in Death Valley. They are formed when it rains and water carrying salts such as sodium chloride and gypsum accumulate here then evaporate away leaving behind the salts. You can see the flow lines of the streams that flow into this area near Badwater (a very appropriate name).


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Exploring Death Valley National Park

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