Do Spotted hyenas live in the Sahara?
No, their range is all of sub-Saharan Africa except for the Congo Basin.
Brown hyenas DO live in the sub-Saharan desert, but not actually IN the desert.
Spotted hyenas do not live in the Sahara Desert. They rely on large game such as wildebeest for food. These animals do not live in the Sahara Desert.
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Brown hyenas live in the desert It's very rare you'd see a hyena in the desert though.
People in the western Sahara mostly live in populated areas but there are some remote areas with less people. There are about 400, 000 people living in that small area so most of the people are nomadic and move around constantly.
Hyenas generally avoid the desert and prefer areas such as the Sahel or Savanna.
It is 99.9% Sunni Muslim in Western Sahara (a country claimed by and currently administered by Morocco).Compliments of www.manuscriptex.com
In Western Sahara it is a tradition to capture a turtle on June 18th every year. This is thought to bring luck upon those who do so. It is rare to spot a turtle in Western Sahara, that is why it is thought to bring luck upon those whom capture them.
The Western Sahara Tribes are basicly: - Reguibat with many fractions and subfractios - Oulad Dlim - Oulad Tidrarin - Tekna with many fractions and subfractios - Laarousyine
Subtle changes in the Earth's orbit (axis tilt shifted from 24.14 to 23.45 degrees) contributed to the desertification of the area now known as the Sahara between 3,600 to 6,700 years ago. The climate changes were strongly amplified by resulting atmospheric and vegetation feedback in the subtropics. See the website in the Related Links for more information.
It is the western reaches of the great and expanding desert that covers much of North Africa.
It's under Morocco - if you are a Mauritinian you might say it's occupied by Morroco
The leader is Mohamed Abdelaziz
Here are a few animals from Western Sahara. Small Fennec Fox, Addax, Camel, Scorpion, and Horned Viper. ( Horned Viper is very dangerous and venomous, stay away)
The people of Western Sahara declared independence in 1976 in a small hamlet called Bir Lehlu. At that time Morocco tried to occupy the territory. In 1991 a ceasefire was reached between Morocco and the independence movement POLISARIO, monitored by a UN peace mission called MINURSO.
Western Sahara was turned over by Spain to Morocco in 1975. The Arabic name of Morocco is al-Mamlakah al-Magribiyah which means "The Western Kingdom".
They speak the Hassaniya dialect of Arabic, Spanish, Freanch, Berber
Yes. Western Sahara was annexed by Morocco in contravention to UN law in the 1975 Green March. Although the Polisario Front (the Sahroui rebels) control some of the country, the Moroccan government controls over 80% of the territory and over 95% of the population, including all major cities.
It depends. Some people believe Western Sahara is independent, while others believe it is part of Morocco. Please come to Morocco to explore it, yourmoroccotour.com is the perfect medium of finding Morocco.
Only The Bahamas and Mexico are countries. Mauriari is an Indian caste and the Western Sahara is a mostly Moroccan-controlled territory in northern Africa.
Yes, there lives elephants south in sahara.
Yes, but not as written. The dispute is over the control of Western Sahara. Western Sahara has no sovereign government yet, so the dispute between Morocco and the Sahraoui Polisario, a militant organization claiming to represent the Sahraoui people (the people of Western Sahara).
Look in a book =3
Third World, yes. Country, no. Control of the region is disputed between Morocco and the Polisario Front.
July 25 1843Western Sahara was a Spanish colony but on Spain's withdrawal, the territory was occupied by Morocco and Mauretania. Mauretania pulled out in the face of opposition but Morocco still occupies the area. In short, Western Sahara is not independent.
It is located south of Morocco and east of the Canary Islands, in Africa.
Western Sahara is a territory actually administered by the kingdom of Morocco. So it's somehow part of Africa.
The 'Sahrawi People'. Thank You.
About 405,210 people live in western sahara. The largest city is La Youn.
Hot, bright and dry, with cold nights.
The 20th Parallel runs through Mauritania. Western Sahara is north of there.
it's never possible. the heat from the sand is far too hot for any animal that walks, with it's belly.. to last 8 hours in the Sahara.it's one of the hots spot in tropical Africa
Near the rivers yah gotta have water guys think about it. Rivers in Africa include the famous blue Nile & even the Niger & Congo river.
The proper term is Sahraoui, but since most of Western Sahara is under Moroccan control, most Sahraouis have Moroccan nationality and passports.
The majority of people in the Sahara live in major cities and towns such as Cairo, Egypt.
Sarawak is not in Africa. It is a Malaysian state on the island of Borneo, which is north of Australia. The name "Western Sahara" is a term that refers to the region. The Polisario (the militant group that is trying to free the Western Sahara from Moroccan control), controls roughly 9% of Western Sahara's territory de facto. In international agencies, it identifies the "nation" it represents as the Sahraoui Arab Democratic Republic. Since some people… Read More
Becasue France once held Algeria as a colony France never held Algeria as a colony. Spain did. The main reason of the dispute was territory, but the Western Sahara is also rich in phosphate. Actually, France DID hold Algeria as a colony from 1830 until the end of the long and bloody war of independence (1954-1962) when de Gaulle , realising the days of colonialism were ending, allowed the populace to vote for independence- which… Read More
You are more likely to be killed crossing the road to reach the airport you intend to fly from. Take any advice given (I assume, by a travel agent, or hotel) and don't be too flashy with cameras and money.
That depends what you mean by famous people. The Tuareg people live in the desert and are famous in movies, and monks/nuns of some religions live by themselves in the Sahara as a vow of silence. But no, pop-stars, classical music composers, and Harrison Ford (Prince of Persia) do not usually live in the desert.