Bhutan Bordering Countries: China
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Where is Bhutan?
Bhutan Satellite Image
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Bhutan Natural Resources:
Bhutan's mineral resources include gypsum and calcium carbonate. Other resources include timber and hydropower.
Bhutan Natural Hazards:
The violent storms caused by the Himalayas are the basis of the country's name, Bhutan, which translates as Land of the Thunder Dragon. During the rainy season there are frequent landslides.
Bhutan Environmental Issues:
The country of Bhutan, between China and India, has environmental issues which include soil erosion and limited access to potable water.
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