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A stream that joins two larger bodies of water?
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What is the difference between a stream and a river?
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What body of water joins 2 bodies of water?
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How does a stream change as it moves from its source toward the oceans?
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What do you call a larger river that flows into a smaller river called?
What is a narrow body of water connecting two larger bodies of water?
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What causes streams and rivers?
Gullies join together to form a larger channel called a stream. A stream is a channel along which water is continually flowing down a slope. Unlike gullies, streams rarely dry up. Small streams are also called creeks or brooks. As streams flow together, they form larger and larger bodies of flowing water. A large stream is often called a river.