Indus Plain

Home of the "Cocoa River" and Ancient Agriculture

Agriculture

The Indus plain is the perfect place to farm. It's hot climate and silt covered soil provides the perfect farming environment. Some parts of the Indus plain are very fertile, while some are dry and arid. Also, since it is right next to the Indus, or "Cocoa" river, which contains a very large silt deposit. During springtime, when the river overflows, it provides the land with even more fertile land for farming.
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Lots and Lots Of Land!

The Indus Plain is 200,000 square miles big! It has different types of climates, which in some areas are very fertile, and where some areas are dry and arid. In the fertile lands, you can farm, and in the arid areas, you can hunt animals and use them for farming. There are a lot of different uses for the land as well, such as living spaces and for domesticating animals.

Fun Fact!

Did you know that the Indus River that flows through The Indus Plain is called The Cocoa River due to the large amounts of silt in it, which turn it into a nice brown color.

Also, the Indus River contains more Silt than Egypt's great Nile River! Take That Egypt!

The Indus River

In the Indus Plain, there is a river called the Indus Rivers. It can provide transportation for people to reach other places, can help clean animals, and contributes a lot to farming. Farming wouldn't be possible if it weren't for the Indus River. The Indus River provides food and grass to animals so that they can be domesticated. Those animals can help with farming, and helps the civilizations in the Indus Plain prosper.
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