The hottest place on Earth is covered in wildflowers after heavy autumn rain (Washington Post w/ Video)

In February 2016, Death Valley in California (the place where the hottest temperature ever was recorded) had a “superbloom” as millions of seeds of desert ephemeral plants germinated, leading to a massive floral bloom. See pictures and a video of this once-in-a-decade event.

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