The Largest Sand Dunes?

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Sechura Desert, Nazca, Peru is home to the largest sand dunes in the world, Dune Cerro Blanco, about 3,860 feet from the base.
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They think the largest sand dune is "Big Daddy" located in Africa in the Namib Desert. It is one of the oldest sand dunes and rises 1,200 feet. Here is some information
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The largest sand dunes on earth are found in the Sahara Desert, in Algeria. The largest sand dune measured 1411 feet high. Nebraska was the largest sand dune in UK. Cerro Blanco is believed to bet the largest sand dune in the world.
Sand dunes are hills that are built of sand. They come in different sizes and shapes. They are some of the most beautiful natural creations ever seen. The largest sand dune in the world is the Cerro Blanco. You can find more information here:
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