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Himalayan Mountain Range
Himalayan Mountain Range is the highest mountain range in Asia, which includes the Karakoram Mountain Range, the Hindu Kush Mountain Range and many minor ranges extending from the Pamir Knot. Climate, rainfall, altitude and soil determine the kind of flora and fauna in the Himalayan regions.
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