What Is the Largest Canyon in the World?


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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