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Bodies of water

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Transcript of Bodies of water

Nile River
- Is the longest Nile in the world flowing at around 4,160 miles
- There are two main branches to the Nile, the white Nile, and the Blue Nile
- The white Nile originates from East Africa while the Blue Nile originates from Ethiopia.
- The average flow level of the Nile into the outer body of water is 300 million cubic meters per day.
- It flows through 9 countries; Egypt, Zaire, Tanzanian, Rwanda, Uganda, Burundi, Ethiopia, Sudan, & Kenya.
- Some banks along the river are homes to the largest crocodiles in the world
Rhine River
- Located in Europe and is one of the most important rivers there
- Is about 766 miles long (1,232 km)
- Its source comes from Switzerland.
- It flows through six countries; Switzerland, Principality of Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, and France, before flowing into the North Sea.
- The river has "different names", depending on the country its flowing through; the French call it Rhine, the German call it Rhein, and in the Netherlands, is called Rijn.
Amazon River
Nile River
Rhine River
Bodies of water
Photos of the rivers
- It is the second longest river besides the Nile.
- It runs from the Andes into the sea and is around 4000 miles long
- Is in South America
- Runs through Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia
- Has over 200 tributaries
- rivers or streams that flow into larger lakes
Amazon River
Amazon River, Nile River, Rhine River
Nile River
Both of these have a large number of tributaries (places where it empties into)
All flow through at least 5 different countries within their continent
they are both rivers
Rhine River
Amazon River
Flows through Africa
Flows through South America
Flows through Europe
Smallest river out of the three of them
they both have rich history
BY: Yasamin, Manal, Sanaa, Sandra
CLASS: 10-B
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