|The Indus River originates in the Himalayas Arabian Sea Everglades Asksomeonewhocares Mountains.
The Indus River flows into the Arabian Sea Nile Missouri River Bay of Bengal.
The Indus River flows mainly through Pakistan India Egypt.
How does the Indus resemble the Nile, Tigris, and Euphrates rivers? They all flow into a sea, have silt deposits, and help farmers water crops They all stink, flow into a sea, and have silt deposits They all flow into a sea, are good for surfing and BBQs.
The Tigris flows from Tibit Bitib Hindu.
The Indus River flows through Hindu-Kush Iraq Europe.
Other rivers join with the Indus River. true false.
The Indus River looks like cocoa milk butter.
The Himalayas are 29,028 ft tall 30,300 ft tall 20, 998 ft tall.
Which mountain range is the world's highest? Himalayas Rocky Mountain Dew.
The Himalayas form the northern border of the Indian subcontinent. the southern border of the Indian subcontinent. the western border of the Indian subcontinent.
Everest is not a part of the Himalayas. true false.
A large land mass that is connected to the rest of a continent is called a subcontinent notacontinent uncontinent.
The Himalayas separate India from the rest of Asia. true false.
India is not a subcontinent. true false.
The Bay of Bengal surrounds India? true false.
A vast, dry region south of the Himalayas that is made by deposits of silt from the Indus River is the Indus Plain Indus Prairie Indus Mountains.
The Indus River flows through the Indus Plain. true false.
The Indus Plain spreads furtile silt. true false.
The Indus River is 1,800 miles long. 1,700 miles long 1,900 miles long. 1,500 miles long.
The Indus River flows through what are today China, India, and Pakistan. China, Italy, and Pakistan. Japan, India, and Pakistan.
The Indus River carries twice as much silt as the Nile. true false.
The Indus branches into the ____________ before it reaches the Arabian Sea. delta rivers mountains.
People of the Indus River built cities with rocks and walls toilets beans.
People of the Indus River learned to farm around 6000 B.C. 5000 B.C. 7000 B.C.,.
People of the Indus River grew wheat, barley, beans, sesame seeds watermelon, barley, sesame seeds beans, rice, barley.
Sesame seeds are used for flavor and to make oil. for Big Bird's breakfast. to make bread and salt.
Indus farmers were one of the first to plant rice, bananas, black pepper, mustard and cotton. true false.
Indus farmers were able to harvest crops once a year. twice a year. three times a year.
Indus farmers did not use irrigation canals. true false.
Wheat and barley were planted in the fall spring.
Cotton and sesame were planted in the spring. fall.
What protected the crops from floods? dirt walls canals dams.
Which animals threatened lives of Indus people? jackals, tigers, wild pigs tigers, jackals, hamsters lions, tigers, bears.