Taylor's Teriffic Travels By: Taylor Jordan

I will guide your through beautiful landscapes of Asia. First, I will describe the Himalayas and Mount Everest.

The Himalayas is a a mountain range over 24,000 feet with 30 peaks. The mountain range stretches 1,500 feet eastern Tibet and China. Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the Himalayas and the tallest mountain in the world. Everest is climbed by many people young and old. The youngest to climb Mount Everest was 7 and the oldest was 97. If a seven year old can climb it you can too.

The Yellow River, or Huang He River.

The yellow river stretches 3,395 miles long. The mysterious yellow river gets its color from loose sediments. The Yellow River is the second longest river in Asia.This river has three different regions. The magnolia is a native plant to the river. This river has many great scenery that you should take time to visit the Yellow River.

The Chang Jiang, or Yangzi River.

The Chang Jiang River is the longest river in Asia, and the third longest river in the world. The river stretches 3,915 miles long. The river acts as a split between north and south China. The Chang Jiang River has many plants and animals. For example, the Chinese willow tree, the lotus blossom, and the dove tree, all grow by the Chang Jiang River. Some examples of animals is the white flag dolphin, the Siberian crane, and the giant Panda. If you would like to see a white flag dolphin you better visit the Chang Jiang river soon, because all of these plants and animals are going extinct.

The Bay of Bengal

The Bay of Bengal is the Largest Bay in the world. It is about 1,000 miles wide and the average dept is about 8,500, the Bay is relatively shawllow compared to other Bays around the world. The Bay is a marine ecosystem, it has near shore fish, yellow tuna, and a humpbacked dolphin, are just a few animals that live in this marine ecosystem. Come visit the largest Bay in Asia.

The Dead Sea

The Dead Sea has the lowest surface elevations in the world. The Dead Sea is more than 400m below seas level. The sea borders West Jordan and Israel. Because of the high salt level, the Sea tends to make floating easy. So don't worry on knowing how to swim come on down to the Dead Sea and float! Don't let the name fool you the Dead Sea is beautiful.

The Gobi Desert

The Gobi desert stretches across China to Mongolia. The gobi desert is 1,000 miles long and 600 to 300 miles wide. Due to its cold location the desert receives 7 inches of precipitation a year, and the temperatures range. In the winter the desert could be -40 degrees Fahrenheit to 45 degrees Fahrenheit. In the summer the temperatures very from 63 degrees Fahrenheit to 112 degrees Fahrenheit. This mildly cold desert is perfect for a vacation to Asia.

The Taklimakan Desert

The Taklimakan desert stretches about 600 miles with an area 123,550 square miles. The Taklimakan desert is surrounding by mountains, Kulun, Lop Nur, and Pamris. In the summer the desert can reach 100 degrees Fahrenheit. With a precipitation range from .4 - 1.5. So if your looking for a trip to somewhere warm, go to the Taklimakan desert. Plus you won't have to worry about your trip being spoiled by rain.

North China Plain

The North China Plain, also known as the Huang Huai Hai Pli, or Yellow Plain, is built up on the shore of the Yellow River. It's built from the deposits of the Yellow River. It covers about 158,000 square miles and is 160 feet above sea level. In the grasslands on the Plain grows, wheat, cotton, peanuts and tobacco. Many animals on the North China Plain can be found for example, fish frogs, jaguars, and turtles. Visit these exotic animals and gorgeous plain.

Plateau of Tibet

The Plateau of Tibet has an area of 965,000 square feet. Tangled mountains and uplands are 13,000 to 15,000 feet in elevation. The plateau uses grasslands for firestorm and valleys. The Plataeu is also known as the "roof of the world." Most of the farming takes place on the Brahmaputra River. See the amazing farming and wonderful mountains.

Hope you take time to visit the beautiful landscapes of Asia!

Britannica Encyclopedia , Encyclopedia Britannia Inc., https://www.britannica.com. Accessed 16 Mar. 2017.

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