Name of Tenere Desert of Northern Niger Means Desert Within a Desert Super Dry Place Previously Crocs and Pythons


The sedentary farmers and herders who moved into the region of what now is the Tenere desert when the Ice Age ended are called Tenerean, named for that desert which means desert within a desert in the Tuareg (Canaanite) language, moved there because the Kiffians who preceded them saw the lakes and streams going dry where they fished for Nile perch, for instance ice age Lake Gobero, now sand, the ice age occupiers of the region Kushites (the Kiffians) who moved south when the Ice Age was ending.