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:: Kelinci Series : Tibet : pt 12 ::

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we all know how parents get when they haven’t heard from their kids in a long time – and it has been almost 2 months now since Kelinci reared his mischevious head.  I fielded a late night frantic phone call from Kelinci Sr., and unfortunately was unable to provide a recent update to his son’s whereabouts.  So it appears now that Kelinci Sr. has set out on his own search for his rabble-rousing son.

Knowing his son’s affection and fondness for the exotic and tucked away locations, Kelinci Sr. starts his journey in the country of Tibet. Widely known around the world for its struggle for independence from China, Tibet has the acquired the nickname “Roof of the World” – its average elevation of 16,000 ft and finds itself sharing borders with Nepal, Bhutan, and China.

Almost 50% of the ethnic Tibetan population is nomadic or semi-nomadic. The Tibetan plateau is the source of some of the world’s major rivers, such as the Yellow River, the Ganges, the Indus, and the Yangtze.

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Written by kapshure

June 19, 2009 at 7:56 am

Posted in Kelinci

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  1. Very attractive. Thanks.

    rrj

    June 27, 2009 at 9:58 am

  2. Attractive picture. Thank you very much.

    Perkelincian

    November 16, 2009 at 8:56 am


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