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The Himalayas

Presents geologic, geographic, and sociological aspects of the Himalayas. The first section illustrates the location and geological development of the Himalayas. Diagrams are used to explain the continental drift theory, the accepted explanation for the formation of the mountains. The second section shows the life style of the people that live in these mountainous regions and the difficulties presented to them by this rugged terrain. With script.

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  • "Presents geologic, geographic, and sociological aspects of the Himalayas. The first section illustrates the location and geological development of the Himalayas. Diagrams are used to explain the continental drift theory, the accepted explanation for the formation of the mountains. The second section shows the life style of the people that live in these mountainous regions and the difficulties presented to them by this rugged terrain. With script."@en
  • "Explains that although the Himalayas are less than a million years old, they constitute the most formidable range in the world and contain the world's tallest peak, Mount Everest. Shows the massive land formation, focusing on the section straddling the border of Tibet and Nepal, and points out the problems it poses for those living nearby."@en
  • "Explains that although the Himalayas are less than a million years old, they constitute the most formidable mountain range in the world and contain the world's tallest peak, Mount Everest. Shows the massive land formation, focusing on the section straddling the border of Tibet and Nepal, and points out the problems it poses for those living nearby."@en
  • "Explains that the Himalayas which are less than a million years old, constitute the most formidable mountain range in the world and contain the world's tallest peak, Mount Everest. Focusing on the section straddling the border of Tibet and Nepal, the massive land formation is shown. The problems of those living nearby are pointed out."@en