Water and Ice

Rivers and Lakes

Where are the highest rivers in the world?

The highest rivers are in Tibet, where there are two that stand out from all the rest: the Ating River at 20,013 feet (6,100 meters) and Brahmaputra River at 19,751 feet (6,020 meters).


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