Storyboardthat China

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  • The Northeastern plain has short warm summers and dry cold winters. There are two rivers in the plains. One being the Liao River, which is very shallow and the other being the Sungari with deeper waters. 
  •  The  Tibet-Qinghai Plateau also called the roof of the world is one of the biggest plateaus stretching at 13500 feet above sea level. Covering almost a quarter of the land in China it is giant. Two of China's major rivers begin in this plateau, the Yellow River, and the Yangtze  River. The Himalayas are south of the plateau which includes the tallest mountain in the world, Mount Everest.
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  • The North China Plain is sometimes called the "Land of Yellow Earth". This is because of the fact that it is covered in yellow limestone silt. This came from the Gobi Desert being carried by the winds.  There is also the Huang He river also called the Yellow River.  The soil of this region is very fertile which is good for planting crops.
  • The Taklimakan Desert covers 105,000 square miles and is so dry no plants grow there. It is considered one the most dangerous deserts in the world. In fact its name means once you go in you cant get out. A legend said that 2 armies and 300 cities are buried about 600 feet under the sand dunes.
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  • The Chang Jiang Basin is a warm and wet environment in southeast China.  There is the Chiang Jiang River which makes the surrounding land very fertile. There is a lot of prairie grass here, good for farming. 
  • As one of the largest deserts in the world The Gobi Desert stretches at about 500000 miles. With little vegetation that is widely spaced apart, it is a very inhabitable place to live. Its surface made up tiny pebbles and sand at those 500000 miles makes it even harder to live.
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