Deserts do not receive much rainfall and are very hot. Because of this, it is difficult for nutrients to get into and remain in the ground in a desert to make fertile soil, which creates sand. The depth of the sand in the desert depends, but can go down hundreds of feet before a layer of bedrock beneath the sand.
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