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How far do you think can sands go? Well, it turns out, it can even travel hundreds of thousands of miles easily. Sands from the deserts of Sahara have suspended thousand miles up in the sky and are carried over to hover in America. So, in the past few weeks the sky in America has changed its colour and the wind has gone dustier.


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