Where Are The World's Important Plains?


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World's important plains are as follows:

Indo-Gangetic plain: It lies in the south of Himalayas stretching from the Sulaiman Mountains to the Garo and Lushai hills. It is 100 to 300 miles wide. It is a flat and alluvial plain with deep and fertile soil. It is one of the most thickly populated parts of the world.

Lianas: The vast plains of Orinoco Basin. In the dry season it becomes deserts but in the rainy season there is an abundance of grass. It is in South America.

Lombardy plains: The most fertile parts of Italy watered by the river po. They grow corns, fruits and mulberry plants over which silkworm are reared.

Pampas's: The wide, treeless, grass-covered plains of the La Plata river system, which are most extensive, pasture lands in the world in South America.

Salvos: The vast impenetrable forests of the Amazon valley. It is a region of great heat and heavy rainfall and has the largest forest in the world.

Steppes: The vast treeless plains of Russia extending from the Caspian Sea eastwards. They are very hot in summer and very cold in winters and have no rainfall.

Tundra's: The swampy plains near the poles in the extreme north of America Asia and Europe. They remain frozen for about nine months. Fishing and hunting are chief occupation of people.

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