Welcome to the Tibet-Qinghai Plateau! This is known as the "roof of the world" because of how high it is (13,500 ft.) It is surrounded by mountains with the Himalayas at the southern edge of it and Mount Everest as a part of it too. The mountain is snowy on top and dry at the bottom. This was very difficult to deal with if you lived here in ancient times.
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Welcome to the northwestern Dessert! There are two parts the Taklimakan Desert and the Gobi Desert.
The Taklimakan desert covers 105,000 square miles of the most dangerous deserts in the world. Some say once you go in you will not come out. There are stunning sandstorms that move at a high speed and cause sand dunes to shift and change and some say that 300 cities burned and are buried under it. This made this a bad place to live.
The Gobi desert is 500,000 square miles long with makes it one of the largest deserts in the world. It has very few sand dunes and covers most of Mongolia. The desert is filled with stones, sand, and rocks all over it too with meant vegetation grew all over it.
The Northeastern Plains are found in Mongolia. There it has low hills and plains and the vegetation has Prairie grass with used to feed horses, sheep, and other animals. The rivers that run by the plains are the Sungari an Liao rivers. People use these rivers as roads.
Welcome to the Northeastern Plains!!!
Now welcome to the North China Plain. It is called the yellow earth because of its yellow limestone slit ground. The plains have one of the longest and maybe muddiest river called the Huang He. The river carries the slit witch helps the soil grow making the plains a great place to live.
Now welcome to our final destination the Chang Jiang Basin. It is called this because it is very close to the Chang Jiang River. The climate is wet and warm and some people think that in ancient times it could have been a wet rainforest. The vegetation was the wet rainforest too.