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The Kyzyl-Kum Desert is the 11th largest desert in the world. It covers ​​298,000 square kilometers and crosses Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, but Turkmenistan it touches partially. It is in Central Asia in the area between the Amu Daria and Sir Daria. This desert is a vast plain at an altitude of 300 meters above sea level and consists mostly of sand dunes. The highlight of this desert is the Kyzyl Kum Nature Reserve in the province of Buhkara, where there are different animals such as the great desert lizard, Bukhara deer, golden eagle, wild boar, common pheasant, etc.. .. The word Kizil-Kum translated

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