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What is a river?

A river is the largest type of freshwater flow across a land surface, usually starting from high ground, such as mountains, and ending at a lake or sea. A river flows in a s (MORE)

What is in a river?

River waters are populated by fish, amphibians such as frogs, reptiles such as turtles and alligators and crocodiles, insects, crustaceans, mammals such as Manatees, and vario (MORE)

Which rivers flow into the Mississippi River?

The Ohio, Missouri, and Colorado rivers flow into the Mississippi River. Crow Wing River, Gull Lake River, Rum River, St. Croix River, Blue Earth RIver, Root River, Minnesot (MORE)

What do the rivers do?

Rivers provide a pathway to drain all the excess precipitation that is not absorbed by the land or held in lakes. They run into bigger rivers and then, finally, into the ocean (MORE)
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Why do you have rivers?

because rivers provide us with: * food * energy * recreation * transportation routes * and water for irrigation and for drinking
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How does a river from?

I think you mean form. And it forms from rain. Rain is always not responsible for the the formation of rivers. Rivers originate from mountains and the point from which they o (MORE)

What rivers a?

A river beginning with the letter 'A' is the River Amazon. (If this is not the expected answer, then more information is required.)