Is the Grand Canyon a fluvial landform?

Yes, Grand Canyon is a fluvial landform. The Grand Canyon has been carved, over millions of years, as the Colorado River cuts through the Colorado Plateau. 

Fluvial landforms refer to landforms created by rivers and streams. It includes both erosional and depositional features created by these water bodies.

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