Bayanzag which means ‘rich in saxaul shrubs’, is more commonly known as ‘ Flaming Cliffs’, a name given by the palaeontologist Roy Chapman Andrews, famous American explorer in the 1920s, first excavated in 1922, it is renowned worldwide for the number of dinosaur bones and eggs found in area, which you can see in museums around the world.  It is a classic desert of rock, red sands, scrub, sun and awesome emptiness. The barren cliffs look strikingly as if they are flame during sunset. Not so far from the Flaming Cliffs, there is a forest of saxual trees-Gobi trees with extremely deep roots.