The Bodélé Depression - the "dustiest place on earth".
Nicknamed the "dustiest place on earth".
The depression was formerly home to Lake Mega-Chad, which was once the size of Germany.
There are only eight people per square kilometre throughout Chad.
200 – 350 million tonnes of dust are whipped up every year from the region.
The dust can be carried by the atmosphere more than 9,500 kilometres to the Amazon.
Lake Chad has shrunk by 95% since the 1960s.