The Yenisei, or Yenisey, River begins in the Hangayn Mountains of Central Mongolia. The river ends in the Kara Sea at the Arctic Ocean. The Renisei River is 3,534 miles long, making it the fifth longest river on Earth. More »

Major landforms in Russia include the Caucasus Mountains, the Ural Mountains and the Volga River. Other mountain landforms include the Kolyma Mountains, while major rivers include the Kolyma, the Dnieper and Dvina in the... More »

The five longest rivers in the world are the Nile, the Amazon, the Yangtze, the Mississippi–Missouri–Jefferson and the Yenisei–Angara–Selenge. Scientists have considered the Nile as the world's longest river, but as of 2... More »

The Mekong River flows through six countries: Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. The river is 3,050 miles long and contains a diverse amount of natural resources because it flows along various clima... More »

The Chang Jiang River, sometimes referred to as the Yangtze River, is the longest river that flows in Asia and the third longest river in the world. It flows for over 3,900 miles, with water that comes primarily from the... More »

The Indus River originates in the Tibetan plateau and is the longest river in Pakistan. Many residents of Pakistan consider the river to be the lifeline of their country. More »

The Amur River ends at the Strait of Tartary, between the Russian island of Sakhalin and the Russian mainland. The river begins in Manchuria, at the confluence of the Argun and Shilka Rivers. More »