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Indus Valley civilization collapsed because of climate changeThe Harappan civilization likely moved east, abandoning its many cities, as rivers that were rich with monsoon water became dry.

Indus Valley civilization collapsed because of climate change
The Harappan civilization likely moved east, abandoning its many cities, as rivers that were rich with monsoon water became dry.

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