Known as the "roof of the world", there are two Tibetan Plateau in the world: one is the world's highest peak, Mount Qomolangma, the deepest and longest river valley in the world. The Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon is close to the terrain and has a strong contrast of meters. It is the world's first Yarlung Zangbo River with an average altitude of meters.
It is the longest river in the world. Its downstream is surrounded by the Himalayas A unique horseshoe shaped bend has been formed at the peak of Shandong Province. A giant canyon with an average depth of meters is cut out on the Qinghai Tibet Plateau.
The canyon with a depth of meters is the largest canyon in the world. The Colorado Grand Canyon in the United States and the kolka Canyon in Peru have been listed as world-class Grand Canyon, but they can not be compared with the Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon and the glacier on the mountain Reflecting the strong fragrance of the primeval forest, the Mysterious Grand Canyon, from the water, solid ice to boiling spring, from the trickle, graceful waterfall to the endless rivers, it is showing the Grand Canyon on the mountain with different posture and expression. It is soaring into the sky from the mountains covered with tropical rain forest, which makes people see the bright As an inspiration channel, the fantastic Grand Canyon landscape is also reflected in the biodiversity.
On the same slope, nine vertical natural belts are formed from high to low, and the natural belts at different heights present different landscapes. Like a wonderful and beautiful picture, many rare trees and flowers are distributed in animals and plants from the cold Arctic to the hot equatorial region The Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon is one of the most important events in human geography in the last century. In this century, Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon will become the focus of world attention.
Peru, officially known as the Republic of Peru, is a country in the west of South America, bordering Ecuador and Colombia in the north, Chile in the South and the Pacific Ocean in the West. The Andes, which are parallel to the Pacific Ocean, divide the country into three geographical regions. Costa (West Coast, a narrow plain, except for the valleys formed by seasonal rivers), most of the arid areas are Andes areas, including plateau and national peak.
The third area is the vast flat terrain covered by the selva (Jungle) Amazon rainforest, which extends almost all over the country east. Unlike other equatorial countries, Peru does not have a complete tropical climate. Costa has a mild climate and less precipitation.
In Sierra Leone, the humidity is high and the rainfall is frequent in summer. The temperature and humidity gradually decrease with the altitude until the ice peak of the Andes. Due to its changeable geography and climate, Peru has a high biodiversity of animal and plant species.
The alpaca (vicugna pacos) is a domesticated species of camels in South America. It looks like a little camel on the surface. Alpacas graze in groups on the level of the Andes in Ecuador, southern Peru, northern Bolivia and northern Chile.
At an altitude of m to m above sea level, alpacas are much smaller than llamas. Unlike llamas, alpacas are not raised for pack animals, but for their fibers, which are used to make knitwear and woven fabrics, These items include blankets, sweaters, hats, gloves, scarves, a variety of textiles and cloaks, woolen sweaters, socks, coats and bedding. In other parts of the world, this fiber is not just a natural color classified by Peru, Australia and the United States.
The difference between alpaca and llama is that Alpaca ears are straight, while Alpaca ears are plate-shaped. In addition to these differences, the average foot length of llamas. In the textile industry, "Alpaca" mainly refers to the hair of Peruvian alpacas, but more broadly, it refers to a fabric originally made of alpaca hair, which is now usually made of similar fibers, such as mohair and Iceland There is a difference between alpaca and mohair and several styles of sheen, even high-quality English wool in trade.