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What Does A Record 130 Degrees Feel Like In Death Valley? We Asked The National Park Service

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Brandi Stewart, education and program outreach manager at Death Valley National Park. (Courtesy)

Brandi Stewart, education and program outreach manager at Death Valley National Park. (Courtesy)

Heat tourists are making their way to Death Valley National Park to snap photos and check another item off their bucket list after the park hit a record on Sunday of 130 degrees.

Brandi Stewart, education and outreach program manager for the park, tells Here & Now what it’s like to live in one of the hottest places on earth.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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