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Harry's Top 10 Iconic Landscapes
Transcript of Harry's Top 10 Iconic Landscapes
Yellow Stone National Park
Great Barrier Reef
The Amazon Rainforest
This is an iconic landscape because its got mountains and rivers, its depth is over a mile. This is an amazing sight and about 5 million visitors go there each year.
Great barrier reef is an iconic landscape because of the beautiful water and islands, a lot of people to there to scuba dive and its really fun.
Uluru is a big and orange rock that sis in the middle of the country the rock has a circumference of 9.4km and it is 1.6km to the top. It also has an huge impact on the culture.
The 12 apostles is amazing because there used to be 12 and in like 20 years they would all be gone. A lot of people went to see it because of the fact that in some years time there will not be such a thing.
Mount Fuji is a beautiful mountain because of the almost equilateral shape. Mount Fuji is a symbolic mountain in Japan. And it has also been the subject of art for Japanese people.
The Amazon Rainforest is the largest rainforest in the world, it is the home for 2.5 million insect species and 40000 plant species. The size of the rainforest is huge, it is 1.4 billion acres!
Victoria Falls is amazing because of the beautiful sight of water falling from 108 meters high and falling at the speed of 1088m per second.
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world above sea level it is 8500 meters high from sea level. It is 60 million years old and it grows at the rate of a quarter of and inch each year. Mount Everest is formed by the movement of the Indian and Asian plates.
Yellow Stone National Park has got hot springs and the source of the heat is from the giant volcanic crater. Yellow Stone NP also got geysers and mud spots.
Niagara falls is about 12000 years old. It was formed when meting glaciers formed massive fresh-water lakes which ran downhill towards another lake. The Niagara river flows at the speed of 56km/h.