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Indian terrorists

Ancient Indian farmers grew many crops including chili peppers and wheat.
India is considered to be a country because it is separate from the rest of the continent.
The Indus river begins as an icy stream in the Himalaya Mountains.
The Indus plain is dry and desert like before silt makes the land fertile for growing.
The Indus river is very long and flows through India and China Early farmers protected their crops by building walls to keep flood waters back.
False wildlife helped crops in the Indus valley because they were able to germinate plants,
True the Indus river brings water and silt that makes farming possible.
True farmers built irrigation canals to blind water from the river to their crops.
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