Craters & the Resurrection Plant
Interestingly enough, 60% of Israel is desert.
The diversity of life and plants in the desert is unbelievable, especially considering the arid climate. However, one of the most fascinating phenomena in the Negev desert are the craters, of which the Negev has three.
Most craters in the world were either created by meteorites or by volcanos, whereas the Negev craters were created by erosion and revealed layers upon layers of geological wonders.
A few drops of water would bring the desert to life just as they would open up the resurrection plant.
A nice and unique souvenir from the Holy Land with the Resurrection Plant is quite a piece to have.