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Sahara Desert
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The Sahara Desert was a desert located in North Africa.

It was the largest desert on Earth, bordering the Atlantic Ocean in the west, the Red Sea in the east, and the Mediterranean Sea and Atlas Mountains in the north. (AUDIO: The Sands of Life)


The Eleventh Doctor and Clara Oswald were caught in a sandstorm in the Sahara which had been created by an alien camel. (COMIC: Sandblasted)

In 1941, the Twelfth Doctor and Clara visited the Sahara Desert. (COMIC: The Instruments of War)

The Brigadier recalled that his father had died in the Sahara, fighting Mussolini alongside Montgomery. (PROSE: The Dying Days)

Jean and Harry visited the Sahara prior to 2009. (COMIC: The Widow's Curse)

In 2020, during the human-Silurian negotiations, the Sahara Desert was suggested as a possible place for the Silurians to live. (TV: Cold Blood)

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The Tenth Doctor described the Tandocca Scale as infinitely small, like finding a speck of cinnamon in the Sahara. (TV: The Stolen Earth)

He also described the planet Quompipping as being sunny as the Sahara. (COMIC: Laundro-Room of Doom)