The Sahara desert lies in several countries in Africa.
No, the Sahara is located in the northern half of Africa, not Australia.The Sahara Desert does not lie in Australia. It is in Africa.
Sub-Sahara Africa is below (south of) the Sahara Desert.
Sub-Sahara can also be said to countries that lie below the Sahara Desert and this is used as a demarcation line to signify that.
The Sahara is found in northern Africa.
It lies south of the Sahara.
Actually, the largest desert in the world is Antarctica. The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world and is found in northern Africa.
In Egypt, the Sahara is in the Eastern and Northern Hemispheres. Western parts of the Sahara extend into the Western Hemisphere.
There are three large deserts in Africa, the Sahara Desert, the Kalahari Desert, and the Namibian Desert.
The Sahara lies in these countries: Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Sudan, Tunisia, Western Sahara
The Libyan Desert, a subdivision of the Sahara Desert.
mongolia and china
The Atacama Desert enters parts of Chile, Peru, Argentina and Bolivia.
Iraq, Jordan, Syria, and Turkey
Countries in the Arabian Desert are: Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia, and western Iraq
Western Sahara, Mauritania, Mali, Algeria, Libya and Egypt arranged from West to East.
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The Arabian Desert.
While the Sahara Desert is normally an inhospitable region, it lies north of the equator and as such does experience seasonal variations. Most countries that lie within the region that covers the Sahara simply refer to it as the wet or dry season, there is very little variance with respect to autumn and spring. During the "dry" months there is no rain and the temperatures during the day are scolding, even the night temperatures can be well above 30 degrees Celsius. In the "wet" months intermittent rain (mostly torrential) can fall, on average half the Sahara receives 20mm of rain per year and the other half less than 100mm of rain. Temperatures during the cooler months can drop to 20 degrees Celsius with night time temperatures sometimes down to 0 Celsius. There are also recorded occurrences of snow at high altitudes during this time.
The Kalahari Desert and the Namib Desert lie in southern Africa.
The 20th Parallel runs through Mauritania. Western Sahara is north of there.
Nearly the entire country of Egypt is desert.
The largest desert in the world is the Sahara, which lies in the continent of Africa. It is followed by the Gobi desert of Mongolia/China, in Asia. The third largest desert in the world is the Patagonian desert of Chile, in South America. Rub' al Khali is the fourth-largest desert, in the southern Arabian peninsula. The fifth and sixth largest deserts, the Great Sandy and Great Victoria Deserts, are both in Australia.