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Sahara Desert

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The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world. It covers the northern portion of the continent of Africa.
The sandy region of the western Sahara in Mauritanian is called the  empty "quarter".
Certain cavys are found in the Sahara Desert like the desert rodent  but not all kinds of cavys as the scorching heat of the sun in  Sahara is too much for a cavy.
  Snails, slugs,  earthworms, bacteria, and mushrooms are some decomposers in the  Sahara desert.   
The Sahara is in Africa and you get there by plane. You take a plane ride to Cairo.
Very hot and humid. The winters are considered cool for desert conditions, with an average temperature of 55° F (13° C). The summers are very hot, with the highest ever recorded temperature at 13° F (58° C). The average rainfall in the subtropical region is approximately 3 inches (76 mm) per...
Several different animals call it home including the cape hare, baboons, oryx, the wild ass, gerbils, sand fox, jackals,a variety of birds, scorpions and vipers.
The Sahara is as dry now as it was about 13000 years ago
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The Sahara desert is the world's hottest desert. It is located in Africa. :)It is very hot in the daytime and below freezing during the night. It is the second largest desert in the world, after Antarctica. The Berbers occupy two thirds of the Sahara.
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they learn technics to survive and they know where to find water and food like cutting cacti (cactus') and getting water from inside.
Estimates on the population of the Sahara Desert vary from between 2.5 million to 4 million people. Thousands of people live in the sahara but most are very poor and have diseases. they do not get much water or mendicine so they die
The Sahara Desert is so important to Africa because it is a major passing route and because it can
Yes, however, it can be penetrated. It forms a far more effective military barrier.
Cheetahs generally don't live in deserts. There's not enoughprey there. . If there is prey, they might.
Date palms, tamarisks and acacia grow near the wadis and oases on t  he northern and southern edges of the Sahara Desert. In the central  arid areas, flowering plants sprout up quickly after a rain. They  produce seeds that will lay dormant until the next rain. In the  driest areas of the salt...
cypress . it is also found in the other dezersts of AFRICA.
The hottest Month is usually July, the average Temperature being 44'c.   The coldest Month is usually January, The average Temperature being 7'c.   (:
The largest hot desert in the world, and the largest African desert, is the Sahara. It has an area of around 9,000,000 square kilometres (3,500,000 sq mi). The largest desert in the world is Antarctica.It is the Sahara Desert
Check out the Dama Gazelle and the Addax Antelope.
Anything!Camel riding, Camping, swiming in an desert pool (:
Plants adapt to these harsh conditions in may ways, for instance:Longer roots to reach the waterSome have the ability to only live during times of less aridityThey all have thick external 'skin' to prevent the suns rays from with drawing too much water.They often have spikes (to stop predators from...
drink of the River Nile and make money from irrigation
In the world today, 1/6 of the population is being affected by desertification that is forcing people to relocate to other regions and change their lifestyles. For those unable to move away from deserts, such as residents of the Sahara and Sahel regions of northern Africa, the effects can be...
yes they do because the sand is to hot to walk barefooted
yes some species do live in th esahara desert
because if the sahara was not formed then the Africans wouldn't have anything to live off of such as water.
the most common animal that carries baggage in the saharah desert is a camel.
Most of those who live in countries covered by the Sahara Desert  live in North Africa along or near the Mediterranean coastlineMost people in the Sahara desert live near the Nile River because it is one of the only reliable water sources.
Yes, there is, it is called ALGAE SHRIMP and it can survive to the hotness of the water in the desert.
The Sahara used to be green now it is a Desert. I'm still looking for more. Does that help at least?
The boundaries of the Sahara are the Atlantic Ocean on the west, the Atlas Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea on the north, the Red Sea and Egypt on the east, and the Sudan and the valley of the Niger River on the south.   The Sahara Desert is (very roughly) about 4800km (roughly East-West), by...
== ==   The largest hot desert in the world is the Sahara, and it is located in Africa.   The largest desert in the world is Antarctica.
An oasis is a remote piece of fertile region of vegetation, commonly surrounding a spring or similar water source. Oases also provide habitat for humans and animals if the region or area is big enough.
yes there are there are camels1.Camel 2.Addax antelope 3.Ostrich 4.Goats 5.Dorcas Gazelle 6.Deathstalker scorpion 7.Monitor lizard 8.Sand Vipers
The Sahara is smaller than Antarctica but larger than all the otherdeserts.
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The Sahara is actually the second largest desert in the world,surpassed only by Antarctica.
No the Sahara desert is in Africa.
They are very important because they are one of the only sources  of water. 
The two physical features that make the Sahara Desert more livable are the oasis and the plants.
No, it does not include Ghana in its vast territory. It does coverall, or parts of, Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Mali,Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Sudan, Tunisia, Western Sahara.
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Yes, Cairo, Alexandria, Tripoli, Casablanca, and Rabat just to name a few.
Sand sheets, mountains, dunes, plateaus, (ect.)
50+ celsius to below freezing, like having a 'year in a day'.
Yes, Russia is bigger than the Sahara.
Sahara Desert is located in the continent of Africa.
Tuareg would be one. The Sahara is large, and there are many aboriginal cultures there. indigenouspeoplesissues.com It is important to study cultural anthropology. It casts light on our own situation.
The temperature in the Sahara desert can reach 500 degrees Celsius
Yes there is a marathon in the Sahara Desert calledThe Sahara Marathon
Its located in northern Africa.
No, there are not any cities in the Sahara Desert. The Sahara is avery hot and desolate place that can not sustain a city life.
The Gobi is a cold desert with snow and found in Mongolia and is smaller then the Shara a hot desert
There is some dispute about how the Sahara Desert could have been formed.The first view is that a sudden climate change caused the once-fertile region of the Sahara to turn to desert. Computer simulations have indicated that, over a period of just several hundred years following an abrupt climate...
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Western Diamond backs and eastern diamond backs are possible to live their But a real common one is the side winder rattle snake. Hope this helps:)
The birds that live in The Sahara Desert are: The Desert Eagles.
Yes. The avian species in the Sahara desert include raptors like hawks and falcons. There are also secretary birds, guinea fowl, ostriches and desert eagles.
Sahara is the Arabic word for "great desert". 
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