What Is the Largest Canyon in the World?

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The largest canyon in the world is the Great Canyon of Yarlung Tsangpo River found at the south end of the Himalayas range in Tibet. This canyon has a length of 241.4 kilometres and has a unique ecosystem which consists of animal and plant species.
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The Great Canyon of Yarlung Tsangpo River is both the largest and deepest canyon in the world. It's located in Tibet and measures 314 miles long and 19,715 feet deep.
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