The hottest air temperature ever recorded on earth:
In 2005, the Lut Desert in Iran at 70.7° Celsius, which is 159.26° Fahrenheit.
Previous to this on Sept. 13, 1922 El Azizia in Libya 57.8 °C (136°F)
Previous to that: Death Valley, California, USA, where it got up to 57.8°C (134°F) on July 10, 1913.
It is very likely that temperatures have reached higher than this in places on the earth, however, the lack of meteorological equipment and people to read said equipment in the hottest areas of the earth means that it has gone unrecorded.
In the Deciduous Forest, some decomposers that are living there include fungi, bacteria, and yes, even worms.
If a river tends to flood, the most practical solution may be to designate a more or less flat area along the river as the "floodplain". This Area is allowed to flood and thus save other, more valuable areas from flooding. Obviously, no buildings should be erected on the floodplain and it is usually unsuitable for farming, too.
Relative location is the location of something in relation of another place.
Norge is the Norwegian name for Norway.
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