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April 28, 2019

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ATV 2018How do you take a baking, 120 degree desert and make it livable? Easy. Just dig down 20 or 30 feet. There it is a comfortable 72 degrees all year round.

Coober Pedy is a small desert town in Australia where the entire population lives in underground homes. With outside temperatures hovering over 100 degrees, residents made permanent homes in the cooler temperatures of old mine shafts.

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Step Inside Australia's Underground Town

In the middle of the desert in South Australia lies the town of Coober Pedy, but you would hardly know it because most of the nearly 2,000 residents live underground.

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