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  • The Tibet-Qinghai Plateau is located in the Southwester part of Outer China. It is more than two miles above sea level. The rocky land is surrounded by the towering mountains.  The Himalayas are located on the edge of the plateau. It gets very cold because of how high the plateau is.
  • My name is Jack and I will be your tourist today. If you didn't know this is the Tibet-Qinghai Plateau.
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  • The Taklimankan Desert covers about 105,000 square mile of land. It is the most dangerous desert in the world. Scientists say,"Once you go in, you will not come out." Legends say that two armies and 300 cities were buried 600 feet below the desert. Since it is so hot, plants only grow alongside rivers.   
  • We are now at the Taklimankan Desert.
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  • The Gobi Desert is the larges desert in the world with a span of 500,000. It covers part of China and Mongolia. The desert is made up of mostly rocks, pebbles, and little bits of sand. Plants grow here, but they are very small and spaced widely apart. 
  • We are now at the Gobi Desert.
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  • The Northeastern Plain is located east of present-day Mongolia. Vegetation grows here such as grass, which makes it good for animal to eat. The summers are short, but still gets lots of heat. In the winters the plain gets dry and cold, so crops can't grow. In ancient times these were routes for invaders.
  • We are now at the fourth stop, it is the Northeastern Plain.
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  • The North China Plain is located around Inner China. It's temperatures are very warm in the summer and very cold in the winter. The Huang He river is one of the longest rivers in the world and possibly the most muddiest. The river has been a source of disaster for the Chinese. It flooded more than 1,500 times cause lots of damage and death. 
  •  This is our second to last stop, the North China Plain. 
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  • The basins are located along the river of Chang Jiang. This river is even bigger than the Huang He. People use this river to transport goods. Vegetation grows from the warm and wet weather. Farming area was good for farming, but not suitable for animals to eat. The basins were very good for growing rice. 
  • This is our last stop, the Chang Jiang Basins.
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