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One of the driest deserts in the world,the Saharan Tenere Desert,hosted at least two flourishing lakeside populations during the Stone Age,a discovery of the largest graveyard from the era reveals.
The archaeological site in Niger,called Gobero,was discovered by Paul Sereno at the University of Chicago,during a dinosaur-hunting expedition.It had been used as a burial site by two very different populations during the millennia when the Sahara was lush.