Largest Subtropical Deserts

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Sahara, North Africa 3,320,000 sq. miles

Sahara


Arabian, Middle East 900,000 sq. miles

Arabian

Kalahari, Southern Africa 360,000 sq. miles

kalahari


Great Victoria, Australia 250,000 sq. miles

great victoria


Syrian, Syria, Jordan, Iraq 200,000 sq. miles

Syrian


Chihuahuan, Mexico, U.S. 140,000 sq. miles

Chihuahuan


Thar, India-Pakistan 120,000 sq. miles

thar desert


Great Sandy, Australia 110,036 sq. miles

great sandy desert


Sonoran, Mexico, US, 100,000 sq. miles

sonoran desert


Simpson, Australia 68,100 sq. miles

simpson


Gibson, Australia 60,000 sq. miles

gibson


Mojave, SW USA 47,877 sq. miles

mojave

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