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The Sahara Desert. The Sahara Desert is the largest in the world – WOW! The Sahara is North Africa. It measures 1000 miles North to South and 3000 miles East to West. The average rainfall is 3 inches or 75mm per year – very dry. What can you do in the desert?.

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the sahara desert
The Sahara Desert
  • The Sahara Desert is the largest in the world – WOW!
  • The Sahara is North Africa.
  • It measures 1000 miles North to South and 3000 miles East to West.
  • The average rainfall is 3 inches or 75mm per year – very dry.
what can you do in the desert
What can you do in the desert?
  • There is a rally race called the Paris- Dakar that runs through the desert every year.
  • People also have running races in the desert for 150 miles. Their backpack can weigh 9Kg when running.
what lives in the desert
What lives in the desert?
  • Camels are known as animals that live in the desert.
  • Addax is an antelope that live's in the Sahara
  • desert.
what you would find there
What you would find there?
  • You would find lots of rocks in the desert. Did you know that the sand would blow and that creates sand dunes.