Is the Congo river in the Congo?
The Congo River is the worlds deepest river. It is located in Africa and measures 720ft deep, and 2,920 miles long.
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According to Monga Bay, which offers extensive information regarding rainforests, The Congo River -- formerly the Zaire River -- is Africa's most powerful river and the second most voluminous river in the world with a discharge of 1,500,000 cubic feet of water per second. It is the fifth longest river in the world, draining a basin of nearly 1.5 million square miles. The river is best known for its role in history. Called the heart of darkness by Joseph Conrad, the river and surrounding rainforest have long been known as the mysterious land of pygmies, mythical beasts, dreadful plagues, and cannibals. It is a land made famous by the rigorous adventures of Stanley and Livingstone, and known as a place of brutality and violence for its past: the days of the Arab slave and ivory trade, its long history of tribal warfare; and its present: the ethnic violence and massacres of today. It runs through former Zaire, now Congo and Angola
The Congo River starts in Congo, ends in Tanzania, and empties into the Atlantic Ocean.
The Congo River ends in central Africa and the begins in the End of Africa....
The Congo River is relatively simple to farm due to its moistareas. This makes it very for farmers to grow their crops, and alsofish as an additional resource.
The Congo river begins in Republic of Congo, and ends in Tanzania, and empties into the Atlantic Ocean.
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda.
The Congo River, previously known as the Zaire River, primarilyruns through the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It forms theborder between the Republic of the Congo and the DemocraticRepublic of the Congo.
The river Congo is in the Democratic republic of the Congo . The river Congo is in the Democratic republic of the Congo
The Congo River is the worldÃ¢??s deepest river and it is located inAfrica. The latitude of the Congo River is negative 6.0792 degreessouth and the longitude is 12.45 degrees east.
The sources of the Congo are in the highlands and mountains of the East African Rift, as well as Lake Tanganyika and Lake Mweru, which feed the Lualaba River, which then becomes the Congo below Boyoma Falls.. The Chambeshi River in Zambia is generally taken as the source of the Congo in line with the accepted practice worldwide of using the longest tributary, as with the Nile River.
The Congo river is in the central part of Africa running through the Democratic republic of Congo dividing that country and Angola as it approaches the coast southern border of the Congo and the northern border of Angola
The Congo river has 4 sources. They are the Chambeshi River, theEast African rift, Lake Mweru and Lake Tanganyika.
The Congo River (also known as the Zaire River ) is a river in Africa , and is the deepest river in the world, with measured depths in excess of 230 m (750 ft).   It is the second largest river in the world by volume of water discharged , though it has only one-fifth the volume of the world's largest river, the Amazon . Additionally, its overall length of 4,700 km (2,920 mi) makes it the ninth longest river .
The Congo River Basin is alive with exotic wildlife. One-half ofthe elephants on the African continent live in the Congo RiverBasin. 1000 species of birds, 400 species of mammals, 216 speciesof amphibians, 280 species of reptiles, and more than 900 speciesof butterflies call the Congo home.
Sir Henry Morton Stanley , (28 January 1841 - 10 May 1904), was a Welsh journalist and explorer
Congo is in Africa and i think if you don't know where a country or state is just ask brandi(funcrab12) and i will give you the answer because i know all about the states and countries but i don't know everything but Congo is in Africa thanks for taking your time to read this if you ever need anything else just ask me(see above for the name). it is in central Africa by the way just for a little more information.
The Congo river is by far the deepest river in the world with about 750 feet in deepness. It is also the second largest river in the world by volume of water discharged. It rises in the highlands of northeastern Zambia between Lakes Tanganyika and Nyasa (Malawi) as the Chambeshi River at an elevation of 5,760 feet (1,760 metres) above sea level and at a distance of about 430 miles (700 km) from the Indian Ocean. It is mainly located in between Congo and Angola, the former Zaire.
Length 4,700 km (2,922 mi). Mouth - Atlantic Ocean. Basin countries Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda. Length 4,700 km (2,922 mi). Mouth - Atlantic Ocean. Basin countries Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda. Avg. discharge 41,800 mÂ³/s (1,476,376 ftÂ³/s). Basin area 3,680,000 kmÂ² (1,420,848 miÂ²)
Yes, they are the same rivers. The Zaire River is sometimes called the Congo River, because part of it is in the Congo.
Mouth - Atlantic Ocean. Basin countries - Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda Length - 2,922 miles Its also known as the Zaire River and is the largest river in Western Central Africa. 1eighth longest river in the world 2 2914 miles long
No However in the light of the need to increase the flow of river Nile, some parties are proposing a huge project to make the Congo river flow into the Nile.
The Congo River is thousands of years old if not more. It is vital for the people who live near it as it is a souce of water.
The Congo River is the second largest river in Africa and lies at the equator. Unlike the Nile, the Congo River basin is largely tropical rainforest, with year-round temperatures in the upper 20's C on the western, lower end where the river meets the Atlantic, and the lower 20's C in the higher regions to the east. While there is essentially no seasonal temperature variation due to its equatorial location, rainfall does vary, from being among the year-round wettest places in the world in the eastern mountains, to having a wet-season / dry-season in the western portion. No part of the basin, however, could be considered desert or even dry in climate, and the entire area is lush with vegetation and filled with wildlife of great variety.
The people who live around it. You won't find the name of the first person to lay eyes on it in any history book because that person was alive before books. Giving credit to some white explorer for discovering a river is as disingenuous as it is ridiculous in the same way that people of European dissent like to say that Columbus discovered America. No, he didn't. People were already here. The only thing that "discovered" America in 1492 was Small Pox.
The special thing about it is that all rivers in Africa provide hydroelectricity. So since the congo river is one of the biggest and the deepest, it has a boost on electricity. Respect the power!
According to some scientists it is, but there is no confimation yet of this research.
Right Continent, wrong River, the Nile is the longest river. The Congo River is the second largest in Africa, and 8th overall in the World.
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The Congo River drains c.1,425,000 sq mi (3,690,750 sq km) including all of Congo (Kinshasa) and parts of Congo (Brazzaville), Cameroon, Central African Republic, Burundi, Tanzania, Zambia, and Angola. The Lualaba River, considered to be the upper Congo River, rises in SE Congo (Kinshasa), flows north over rapids and falls to Bukama, and thence across a vast plain and through a series of marshy lakes (Kabwe, Kabele, Upemba) to receive the Luvua River at Ankoro. (Columbia Encyclopedia). For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (Answers.com) indicated at the bottom of this answer box.
The location that is dominated by the Congo River is the DemocraticRepublic of the Congo. The fertile basin is about 1,400,000 squaremiles and contains 20 percent of the world's rainforest.
Yes people can swim in the Congo River. The people that live nearthe Congo river use it as transportation and for food.
It is important because China needs copper and cobalt for construction projects at home, and Congo needs the wherewithal to build a transportation network. Each has what the other wants, and the details of their $9 billion ore-for-infrastructure barter are sketchy. This is making Westerners nervous, as China has become the power to beat for natural resources on the African continent.
The Congo river and it's tributaries form a system of navigablewaterways 9,000 miles long. The Congo river moves most of centralAfrica's copper, and other materials. The river basin is also theworld's second largest rain forest.
the Congo river is mainly used for the transportation of minerals, fuel, wood, and agricultural produce.
Dirty it is infected with vibrio cholerae which causes cholera a disease that Africa is having a problem with currently
the river Congo is full of fish so its good for food and sports as well as a way of traveling around the country.... well its easyer than walking.
well it starts somewhere in west Africa and ends somewhere else. if this doesn't help then sorry go look it up on a good website. people write the answers. like me as an example this isn't even right.
No, the Gavial or Gharial is found mostly around the Indian sub continent, and Nepal.
The Chambeshi River in Zambia is generally taken as the source of the Congo in line with the accepted practice worldwide of using the longest tributary, as with the Nile River.
animals that live int he congo river are the damions. damions are know as big ds and big strong hairy dudes
It flows Northwards turning to the West and then finally Southwards into the Atlantic Ocean.
The Congo River is the 8'th largest in the world and the 2'nd largest in Africa,that is why!
No. There are no saltwater rivers, but some river deltas are saltwater systems where they meet the ocean (or other saltwater body).
The end of the Congo River is its mouth that flows into the Atlantic Ocean. This is where the Congo ends its 4700 km (2920 mile) journey through Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Tanzania and Zambia.
no there are none. the congo is a very wide and slow moving river which does not allow there to be any.
The river is one among the dangerous ones because still it begins peacefully; it picks up speed and becomes turbulent until it enters the "Gates of Hell", a 75 mile long canyon of treacherous rapids.
The length of the Congo River is 5,118 km or 3,181 miles. Source: S. Liu, P. Lu, D. Liu, P. Jin, W. Wang, Pinpointing the sources and measuring the lengths of the principal rivers of the world, International Journal of Digital Earth , Volume 2 , Issue 1 March 2009 , pages 80 - 87,DOI: 10.1080/1753894090274608
They use it for irrigation to help water \ntheir peanut, cotton, tobacco, and sugarcane crops, all of which grow \nquickly in the humid air.
The continent where the Congo River is located is Africa. It was known as Zaire River between 1971 and 1997. It is the third largest river in the world.
The Congo River is nearly 3,000 miles long. Brazzaville is thecapital city of the Republic of the Congo.