What Land Runs 2400 Miles from the Atlantic Ocean in the Westread Sea in the East?

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The Sahel is 2400 miles long and runs from the Atlantic Ocean in the West and the Red Sea in the East. The Sahel is a biogeographic zone of transition between the Sahara desert and the Sudanian savannas.
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The Sahel runs 2400 miles from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea in the East. It is a transitional zone between the Sudan savannas and the Sahara Desert.
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