The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world. It covers the northern portion of the continent of Africa.
The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world. It covers the northern portion of the continent of Africa.
The Sahara is the worlds largest desert, and receives only 3 inches of rainfall a year. That little water gathers into the oases, the only source of water for miles. They are the only places where you can actually farm and harvest grains and fruits. Also, they are the only places where towns can be built and animals can drink, and there is usually a forest or grassland around it that sustains animal and plant… Read More
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The Sahara is the world's hottest desert and the third largest, after Antarctic and the Arctic. At over 9, 400, 000 square kilometres, it covers most of North Africa.
The Sahara Desert is known to have been growing at a rate of around 48 square kilometers per year due to extensive drought and minimal rainfall removing off even the most tolerant of desert wildlife and bodies of scarce water.
Where do people in the sahara desert get thier milk
rust is scoured off by the sandstorms
The road distance between the places is 573 miles. This is the distance when the shortest route is chosen. Also it should be noted that various traffic rules like 'one ways' and 'no entries' have Not been considered when calculating this distance.
No, the Tropic of Capricorn does not pass through the Sahara.
The Sahara is much larger than Texas. It is nearly as large as the entire contiguous United States.
It can reach up to 55 degees Celcius
Yes, the Sahara covers most of the northern third of Africa.
The area of Sahara Desert - ecoregion - is 4,619,260 square kilometers.
No, jackrabbits are natives to North America and not to the Sahara.
Yes, the Sahara covers nearly all of the northern third of Africa.
Fearless Planet - 2008 Sahara Desert 1-3 was released on: USA: 25 November 2007 USA: 25 November 2007
The River Nile and the Sahara Desert are both in Africa.
There are a few commonly used welding process. The top used are shielded metal and arc welding.
Sand, quite simply, is formed from the tiny remains of rocks. Over time these rocks erode down to small particles, which are eventually picked up by wind, water or even glaciers.
The Sahel lies between the Sahara and the savanna.
Snow on the Sahara was created in 1996.
Icebergs are a type of lanform that is not found in the desert.
The climatic history of the Sahara is characterized by short to medium length humid and dry conditions.
The northern part of the Nile River flows through the Sahara Desert from Sudan into Egypt.
Sahara Airlines - Algeria - ended in 2003.
The Sahara is 9,400,000+ square kilometers or 3,320,000+square miles. It is the largest hot desert in the world.
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Trying to establish roots in an arid region - desert climate. The soil has very few nutrient and water is generally not available.
Not for very long. People cannot survive for very long without water, anywhere.
The first to do so from west to east were Michael Asher and Mariantonietta Peru, in 1986. The first north to south trek was made by Friedrich Gerhard Rohlfs, a journey that took from 1865 to 1867. None of the crossings were made entirely on foot; the enormous distance and very rough terrain would make that prohibitive. Rohlfs traveled mostly on camel and that already took two years; the fairly recent west to east trek… Read More
The Libiyan Desert is inside the Sahara desert.
That would depend upon the season of the year. Days are longer in summer and nights are shorter, That flips in the winter. Over a year's period the average is 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night.
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No, underground scans show many riverbeds and there is evidence of it having been heavily forested during the last few ice ages.
The Sahara Desert is found in the Northern region of Africa.
as long as it is for survival uses only then you are aloud to take to the woods but you must be 12 or over
as the sun and its position changes dramatically as the earth tilts causing less sunshine in the desert, especially during night
Sahara gets its water by camels How? well camels lead up where water is taken following camels can lead you water. It also depend on where your staying in the area for example sierra is a climate in the dessert it gives a bout 10-20 inches of rain fall each month/year its also near the Niger River so water is easy to locate
The Sahara is the second largest desert in the world behind the Antarctic Desert. It is the largest hot desert, however.
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Non living things are known as abiotic factors. This includes such things as soil, sand, rock, gravel, water, air and light.
Sahara Sands was born on December 27, 1972, in Long Beach, California, USA.
Sahara Sands is 6' 0".
Sahara Sands goes by Gumby.
No,of course not.
There is no difference. The Sahara is a desert.
Yes, there is a winter in the Sahara.
The Saheeran Cheetah
The Sahara is the largest hot desert on earth.
Africa - 2013 Sahara 1-5 is rated/received certificates of: Netherlands:6
The hottest temperatures of the Sahara have been measured in Libya.
Food that wouldn't go bad quickly like they would put salt on their meat so that would make beef jerky
Some other words for desert are wasteland, wilderness, and barren.
The City in the Sahara was created in 1919.
Kul Nabi Sahara's population is 73.
This is because the saharians that live there 300years ago found out the ancient greece mytholegy of physics so they decided to explore the mainlands of the sahara desert and found minerals and rocks and gust that was sahara and many did not come back alive so they called the sahara desert the sahara desert.
They become sandstorms.
Inside Sahara was created in 2002.
The central area of the Sahara dessert lies approximately 20 to 25° north of the Equator
It is over 3,600,000 square miles in size. That is three million six hundred thousand square miles. That's a lot of sand.
All deserts are affected by erosion. There are several different types of erosion, and while the deserts may be unaffected by some of them, such as water erosion, because obviously, deserts don't get much rain. Deserts are affected by wind erosion, though. As the winds blow in the desserts, it wears away at the soil.
The Sahel is found on the southern border of the Sahara.
Sahara Hare was created on 1955-03-26.
millets,barley,corn,maize,some wheat,cotton and tobbacco also
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No, the Antarctic Desert is the largest desert in the world and the hottest temperature ever reliably measured in a desert was in Death Valley of the Mojave Desert in California.
If there were, they would probably be in the east sahara because that is where there Red Sea Hill mountains are.
The Sahara Desert is far bigger, almost 30 times the size of Kalahari.
The Sahara has all four seasons - summer, fall, winter and spring.
Yes both the Arabian Desert and the Sahara are composed of numerous subdivisions: Arabian Desert Al-Dahna Desert Empty Quarter Nefud Desert Ramlat al-Sab`atayn Wahiba Sands Sahara Desert Tenere Tanezrouft El Djouf Djourab Desert Tin-Toumma Desert Libyan Desert White Desert Nubian Desert Bayuda Desert Sinai Desert Blue Desert Atlantic Coastal Desert For more information click this link.
The Sahara is found in these countries and territories: Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Sudan, Tunisia and Western Sahara
The Sahara is in the northern hemisphere and most of it falls in the eastern hemisphere. A small part is in the western hemisphere.
The Sahara is found in northern Africa.
The Sahara is found in the following countries and territories: Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Sudan, Tunisia and Western Sahara.
The entire Sahara is dry. That is why it is called a desert.
The afternoon desert air often smells like dust, but just after a rain or in the morning, it is very aromatic.
It means that no water has be added using artificial means.
Sahara is an Arabic name that means deserts. That is why it is used by Arabs.
deserts are not developed
The Sahara Desert covers 100 percent of the land it occupies.
Cacti are only native to the Americas and do not grow naturally in the Sahara. Any cacti seen in the Sahara are transplants and invasive species.
The Sahara is the second largest desert in the world, behind Antarctica. It is the largest hot desert, however.
Yes, a section of the Sahara called the Libyan Desert covers much of Libya.
Cacti are from the Americas and not native to the Sahara.
Flash floods do occur in deserts, particularly after sudden summer deluges that occur sometimes during the rainy season. Flash floods cause more human deaths than any other event in the desert.
Just a bit under 1/3 To be exact, 30.1%
the average rainfall in sahara is approximately 25 cm whereas the average rainfall in ladakh is only 84 mm. the climate is hot and dry in sahara whereas in ladakh the climate is very cold.people of sahara desert wear loose clothes where as in ladakh people wear lots of clothes
No, the Sahara is in North Africa
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You might be wondering how the animals depend on each other in the desert it is simple. All animals depend on a type of source and we must think what would happen if this certain thing was removed from the food chain. It goes like this a little animal is eaten then a bigger animal will eat that 1 and then so on i hope i have helped u and good luck with your assigment… Read More
No, its in north Africa
The Sahara Desert traverses almost all of the northern part of the African continent, so a specific latitude and longitude would be impossible to establish. If you wanted to approximate the center latitude of the Sahara, the Tropic of Cancer runs pretty much through the middle of it at approximately 23.5 degrees north of the Equator. Longitudinally, the approximate center would be somewhere around 10 degrees East.
Abiotic factors: Soil Sand Gravel Rocks Water Air Sunlight
The temporary habitats of the Sahara which only develop following rainfall are not highly threatened by human activities (the Sahara has a vast area of large undisturbed habitat filled with mostly rock and sand). The more relentless pressures are found in areas of permanent water, or in areas where water comes close to the surface. Here, the local pressure on natural resources can be greatly intense. There is also an intense pressure on any remaining… Read More
Oil and natural gas are found in the Sahara.
The Sahara is a hot desert.
The number of hours of sunlight depends upon the season of the year and the location in the desert.
three facts about the Sahara desert
There is very little plant or animal life to sustain a human community. The extremes of climate and temperature make living there undesirable and non-productive, agriculturally and in other industries.