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Answer the following question.

Differentiate between the physiography of Brazil and India.

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India - major physiographic divisions Brazil - major physiographic divisions
The Himalayas: across the northeastern portion of india and made up of three parallel ranges often referred to as the Greater Himalayas, the Lesser Himlayas, and the outer Himalayas. The Highlands: They make up more than half of the countrys landmnass and are  the main source of the nation's abundant mineral resource. They are recognised for their diversity.
The North Indianb Plains: made by the Ganges River in the northern parts of India and the border surrounding ares of the Himalayas The Great Escarpment: plateau edfge of southern Africa that seperates the region's hghland interior plateau from the fairly narrow coastal strip.
The Peninsula: India is surrounded by water on three side; the Bay of Bengali in the east, Arabian sea in the west and the Indian Ocean in the south. The Plains: Pampas are vast plains extending westward across central Aegentina from the Atlantic coast to the Andean Foothills.
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