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The Indian sub-continent. South, Southeast. and East Asia. Climate. of Asia. Topography of Asia. The Himalayas. The highest mountain range in the world, located between India and China on an east-west axis. The Himalayas. The Himalayas. The Himalayas. The Himalayas. Mt. Everest.

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    1. The Indian sub-continent

    2. South, Southeast and East Asia

    3. Climate of Asia

    4. Topography of Asia

    5. The Himalayas The highest mountain range in the world, located between India and China on an east-west axis.

    6. The Himalayas

    7. The Himalayas

    8. The Himalayas

    9. The Himalayas

    10. Mt. Everest The highest point on Earth Elevation: 29,035 feet

    11. Mt. Everest The highest point on Earth Elevation: 29,035 feet

    12. Mt. Everest Located on the border of Nepal and China.

    13. Mt. Everest Located on the border of Nepal and China.

    14. Everest: The North Face

    15. Tibetan Plateau

    16. Tibetan Plateau

    17. Tibetan Plateau Average elevation: 16,000 ft.

    18. Tibetan Plateau

    19. Tibetan Plateau

    20. Tibetan Plateau

    21. Tibetan Plateau

    22. Tibetan Plateau

    23. Tibetan Plateau

    24. Ghats

    25. Western Ghats

    26. Western Ghats

    27. Western Ghats

    28. Western Ghats

    29. Eastern Ghats

    30. Eastern Ghats

    31. Eastern Ghats

    32. The Deccan Plateau (between the Ghats)

    33. The Deccan Plateau (between the Ghats)

    34. The Deccan Plateau (between the Ghats)

    35. Mt. Fuji Japan

    36. Mt. Fuji Japan • Highest mountain in Japan at 12,388 ft. • Extinct volcano. Last erupted in 1707.

    37. Mt. Fuji Japan Mt. Fuji is a sacred mountain. Thousands hike to its summit every summer.

    38. Mt. Fuji Japan

    39. Mt. Fuji Japan

    40. Gobi Desert China & Mongolia • Largest desert in Asia. • Fourth largest desert in the world.

    41. Gobi Desert China & Mongolia

    42. Gobi Desert China & Mongolia The Gobi is a “cold desert” – high latitude.

    43. Gobi Desert China & Mongolia

    44. Gobi Desert China & Mongolia