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    •  
      • The Great Victoria Desert is the largest desert in Australian and it is also the 3 rd largest desert in the world. After the Sharer and the Arabian desert .
      • The Great Victoria Desert is 700km/ 435miles from west to east with the western part belonging to western Australia .
      Size and location
      • The Great Victoria Desert in Australian was first crossed by the European explorer Ernest Giles in 1875 and he named it after queen Victoria.
      • David Lindsey's expedition crossed the area from north to south in 1891 and there were 3 more explored to cross that desert to.
      History
      • The Great Victoria Desert receives only little rain, though not as little as one might suspect for a desert.
      • The rainfall range is 200-250mm a year, the rain is unreliable .
      • The summer are hot, anything between. 20 and 40c (90-105f).
      • Winter temperatures range from a comfortable 20 to 25c, nights can be freezing.
      Climate
    • PIctures The Great Victoria Desert
      • The amount of vegetation may surprise you.
      • Australia has always been a dry continent, and the plants are well adapted to living with very little water you will find a huge variety of shrubs and smaller plants when it does rain the transformation is total the dessert bursts in to bloom seemingly over night.
      Environment
    • GREAT VICTORIA DESERT BY, KELLIANN DEROSA & DAVID TRAN