Ancient China

Ancient China
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  • The Tibet Qinghai plateau is a rocky land surrounded by towering mountains. Where is my cat chuckles? Maybe he fell into one of the two major rivers. The Yellow River and the Yangtze River.
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  • The Taklamakan Desert is very dangerous and is one of the most dangerous deserts in the world. The name means "Once you go in you will not come out!" Legend says that two armies and 300 cities are buried 600 feet beneath the sand dunes. Maybe that's where my cat went!
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  • The Gobi desert stretches over 500,000 square miles and is one of the largest deserts in the world. The ground has very few sand dunes. Most of it is stony. It's surface is made up of small pebbles and tiny bits of sand. The vegetation is sparse. Plants are usually small and spaced apart.
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  • Here in the North eastern plain usual vegetation is prairie grass. The major rivers in the Northeastern Plain are the Liao River and the Sungari River. The Liao is a shallow river while the Sungari River is deeper and can carry boats. The plain has short warm summers and has dry and cold winters. Since it's Summer right now maybe my cat is fried.
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  • Here in the North China Plain it is also called the land of the yellow earth. It is called this because winds bring yellow limestone silt from the Gobi desert to the plain. The river that runs through the plain is called the Huang He River. The silt finds it's way to the river and that's what gave it it's name. The Yellow River. It is one of the longest rivers in the world but maybe the muddiest. The soil is great for growing crops because the river carries silt and fertilizes surrounding lands. Also the river has flooded over 1500 times. maybe Chuckles has been washed away!
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  • Here in the Chang Jiang Basins the climate is warm and wet. It has a river called the Chang Jiang and with hundreds of tributaries this river is larger than the Huang He. The river settles in a rich delta. Its deposited make the surrounding lands very fertile. The Basins are very good for growing rice. In ancient times the vegetation could have been as thick as a rainforest. Chuckles?! Is that you? I thought I lost you! Don't ever run away across China ever again.
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