Snow-hit desert
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Camels graze in snow-hit desert in Saudi Arabia

12 January 2015 Last updated at 16:40 GMT

Desert are usually very hot, dusty and dry.

But now this desert in Saudi Arabia has turned white.

Snow storms have left a layer of white snow on top of the sand.

The bulk of the snow hit a town near the northern city of Tabuk.

It forced the Bedouin shepherds and their camels to stay in their tents for protection and to keep warm.