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Copy of Sahara Desert

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Sahara Desert

Emily,Natalie,Hannah & Jenna

The Sahara Desert Biome
Sahara Desert Climate
The Sahara Desert is the world's largest and hotest desert on this planet. The Sahara Desert gets less than an inch of rain per year, and the rest receives up to 4 inches (10 centimeters) per year. The highest peak in the Sahara Desert is the volcano Emi Koussi,sitting at 11,204 feet in the Tibesti Mountains. In the daytime, temperatures rise up to 38°C. In the Sahara Desert the air is so dry and doesn't have many clouds.
Human Impact
Global Map
Sahara Desert
Sahara Desert Animals
In the Sahara Desert there are various animals that have adapted to the unique climate and environment such as :
Human's have made a big impact to The Sahara Desert in many ways different ways. They have built roads through the desert for nomads to travel through. To make roads humans have changed the landscape by moving sand to other places of the desert. Because this has happened its destroyed the wildlife's habitat.
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