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Major Asian Rivers That Are Sourced in Tibet

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The Tibetan Plateau is a geographically spectacular area, surrounded by range upon range of extreme high-altitude mountains which provide the sources for many of Asia’s great rivers, including the Indus, Sutlej, Yarlung Tsampo (which becomes the Brahmaputra in India), Salween, Mekong, Yangtse, and Yellow rivers.Yowangdu: Where is Tibet?

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58 Responses to “Major Asian Rivers That Are Sourced in Tibet”

  1. 1
    thirdgrade119:

    Do you know that you have to walk up lost of stairs to get to the Dalai Lama room Skylar Mayers 3-102

  2. 2
    fifthgrade119:

    No one steals this.

    Did you know fishes die since people build dams and no water is produced?

    Furqan Khan 5-305

  3. 3
    thirdgrade119:

    Carly Emilcar 3-201 Did you know that Tibet is buliding dams because China made a flood.

  4. 4
    thirdgrade119:

    DeCoursey Corley 3-201 Did you now that China is building dams so the water can’t flow

  5. 5
    thirdgrade119:

    Did you know that CHINA is closer to TIBET.

  6. 6
    thirdgrade119:

    Did you know that CHINA is closer to TIBET.Did you know that the DALAI LAMA had to leave CHINA to go to india. SKYLAR MAYERS 3-102

  7. 7
    thirdgrade119:

    saniyahplummer 3-102
    In technolgy I watched a video of chinese people building dams.It is causing fishes to die because they are not able to get any water. do not steal this no

  8. 8
    thirdgrade119:

    Mekhi Steele 3-205
    The Chinese built a dam to stop the water. They wanted to control the rivers. The people in Tibet did not have any fishes to eat.

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