When Was The Sahara Desert covered with Ice? General Knowledge @Seriously True

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11m Aug 29, 2020

When was the Sahara is the world's largest desert covering an area of 9 million square kilometres in northern Africa. It extends from the coast of Atlantic Ocean in the west to the Red Sea and Iraq. It includes parts of Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia.
One-third of the desert is covered with sand dunes and the rest consists of rocky uplands and stony plains. Crude oil and natural gas have been discovered beneath the Sahara Desert and now being extracted. But there was a time when this great desert was covered with ice. Do you know when?
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