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19 Comments

  • Mila Mircic 2 years ago

    my class and i have a worksheet in germany and we had to watch this video to fill in the answers….very great video

  • Max Bear 2 years ago

    hay all you classmates

  • Candy Hearts 2 years ago

    I hate u all u know who u r

  • Candy Hearts 2 years ago

    you lick yo momma

  • Candy Hearts 2 years ago

    I know who you are

  • Candy Hearts 2 years ago

    Go eat sausage

  • Max Bear 2 years ago

    na yosuck your bros

  • cray-z gamer 2 years ago

    This video sucks dick

  • JM Dobbins 2 years ago

    i hate this

  • JM Dobbins 2 years ago

    kfnff

  • Mary Helena 2 years ago

    this is so good 

  • LRissa19 2 years ago

    you know its cold outside when you youtube a video about the Sahara desert. Just an African stuck in northern america lol. So cold!

  • Tom Ferriday 2 years ago

    Finally, an interesting video about the Sahara.  Thanks!

  • MollyPlayz MC 2 years ago

    good

  • Марина Тимоненкова 2 years ago

    I'll use this video for my English lessons lessons. Thank you

  • Undoy Kada 2 years ago

    thank you for sharing your knowledge

  • ishita balyan 2 years ago

    thank you very much. it was brief and knowledgeable video. i love it.

  • real80smusic 2 years ago

    permaculture.

  • wmeule 2 years ago

    1-4: The Sahara Desert is dry because it has a water deficit (more water leaves than arrives). The Sahara Desert is surrounded by water (Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea) but the water does not hydrate the landmass. Water is kept out of Sahara by mountains along oceanfront. The minuscule amount of moisture eventually exits the Sahara Desert to the south and east as it is blown on the wind. Because of the preceding; Sahara is expanding to the south as evidenced by the now dry Lake Chad.

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