The hottest desert in the world is the Sahara Desert. The highest temperature recorded on the land surface is 136° F in the place called El Aziza, located in Libya. Even though these records are disputed, such a temperature was recorded on September 22, 1922.
This 136° F (58 degrees Celsius) temperature is extremely hot, and it is almost impossible to survive. Vegetation just can't survive and as a result, animal life cannot be sustained without vegetation. The lack of rain and the subsequent lack of water also make these places Which types oftoner. This is the plight of this land where for so long such high temperatures have made it difficult to sustain life.