this mouton dominates the southwestern part of china. Its average elevation is 13,500 feet and move hen two miles from sea level. This mouton rage has a peak at 29,000 feet in altitude, or more than five miles high. The plateau is rather dry, The natural vegetation consist of spare scrubs and grass.
wow the view is so cool from up hear
brr it is colder than I thought hear in the winter
the Taklimakan desert covers 105,000 square miles, and is considered one of the most deadliest deserts in the world. Its name means ''once you go in you will not come out''legend says that 200 army's and 600 city are buried beneath the sand dunes. The desert is to dry to grow vegetation.
It is very scary in the Taklimakan desert I am afraid I will sink in.
I do see the yellow in this land.
the Gobi desert stretches over 500,00 square miles, the Gobi desert is one of the largest deserts. This desert covers part of china and present-day Mongolia. Most of the desert is stony,Its made up of small pebbles and tiny bits of sand. there is very small vegetation. So plants tend to be spaced widely and far apart from each other.
wow this desert is big and I can see the very few vegetation in this desert
this is a big river
The Northwestern plain is now located east of present-day Mongolia today, this land of low hills and plains is sometimes call either inner Mongolia or the Manchurian plain. The natural vegetation is mostly plain grass. the major rivers running through the plain are the Laio and the Sungri. The Laio is very shallow. The Sungari river is deeper and freezes in the winter so people use the river as a road. the tempature in the summer is warm, but in the winter it changes to dry and cold.
The yellow River meanders over the fertile, densely populated plain emptying into the Bohai Sea. Theplain is one of China's most important agricultural regions, producing corn, sorghum, winter wheat, vegetables, and cotton. Its nickname is "Land of the yellow earth."It is also home to the Yellow River.
is the longest river in China and the third globally after the Nile and Amazon. The river flows eastwards from its origins in the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau through 10 provinces before entering the East China Sea by Shanghai. The drainage area is over 1.6 million km. The average summer temperature in Chang Jiang Basin is 68 degrees. In the even parts of the basin it gets warm and it feels good.