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Does the nile have a waterfall?
Yes the Nile river does have waterfalls. The largest waterfall located in the Nile river is in Ethiopia on Lake Tana.
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Many waterfalls may be found in jungles, as they are elsewhere.
Because it is a liquid and it will always flow to the lowest pointit can find
There are 6 waterfalls in the Nile river
A waterfall is the physical feature that occurs when a stream or river flows over the edge of a vertical (or nearly vertical) escarpment of considerable height (above a few me…ters).
Nile is one of the major north-flowing rivers in northeastern Africa. It is famous as the longest river in the world. During my college time, I visited this wonderful vall…ey location with the help of popular travel agencies known as Ask Aladdin .I was fully satisfied with their customer service.
by a high current that is from the sea in to a river and over time the rock has worn away by the water then a waterfall is formed with a very high current!
Of course there is! How do the animals get their water then!!
the nile has 3
The same reason you exist. nature
A gorge is a very step valley some times blocked up. a gorge has a river that runs through and and a lot of rocks.
Waterfalls are really sudden changes in the paths of ordinary rivers. The water flows along the river bed, and where there is a sudden drop, the water falls to the continuatio…n of the river below. I have never heard of any waterfalls that are fed in any other way, although I suppose it might be possible that there might be a spring fed waterfall somewhere. Rivers are the usual source.
A waterfall is formed by lakes and rivers. Then water falls so it creates a waterfall. Waterfalls are a stream of gushing,river, water that flows over the edge of a vertical n…early vertical) drop. water falls are rocks and running water that create erosion
To begin with, the river tee runs along the top of a cliff. It then flows over the side, forming a basic overhang. The force of the water (the average is a volume of about 50 …cubic feet per second) erodes the soft rock, creating a plunge pool. However, cracks start to appear in the hard rock (whinstone) because the soft rock supporting it has eroded away. The hard rock then collapses, filling in part of the plunge pool. This happens many times over millions of years, creating a waterfall
The main waterfalls are - Murchison Falls also known as Kabalega Falls or Kabarega Falls in Uganda. The Blue Nile Falls on the Blue Nile River in Eth…iopia. Also downstream from Khartoum there are six cataracts or rapids, five in Sudan and one in Egypt.
The highest waterfall in the world is Salto Angel Falls on the Rio Gauja in Venezuela at 979 metres. The second highest is Tugela Falls on the Tugela River in South Af…rica at 850 metres. The third highest is Utigordsfoss Falls, a glacial stream in Norway at 800 metres.