The Nile is the same as any other river they are all about getting to the sea.
The same as any other river but including crocodiles.
The river Nile does not have any special features.
the nile river is like any river same waters
the nile has 3
Given the Nile is over 4,000 miles this is impossible to answer, except to say - the same as any other river but including Nile Crocodiles.
There are some waterfall lakes on the Nile River.
there is LOADS of wildlife next to the river Nile
Apart from how any large river would be dangerous there are the Nile Crocodiles which are very common along the banks of the Nile River.
yes the egyptians built their crops by the river nile because every month or so the river nile flooded.
As any other river would be, by watercraft.
The Nile gets its name from the Greek word "Nelios", meaning River Valley and the Greek historian, Herodotus, wrote that Egypt was the "gift of the Nile" - it thereby acquired that as a nickname. .
Why would parrots be in the river
The Nile River will overflow during any time between May and September.
yes there was!
The Nile and Yangtze combined brings more water than any other river into the sea. Plus the rivers run into the Mediterranean Sea.
Yes, and there still is wildlife along the Nile. One Pharaoh was killed by a hippopotamus. The Nile always had crocodiles. Other animals ate the plants growing alongside the river.
Yes, for example, the river Nile in Africa.
It is the longest river in the world
The Nile Crocodile, soft-shelled turtles, lizards and 15 species of venomous snakes that live in the Nile River habitat.
Yes to both and the main tributaries are the Blue Nile and the White Nile.
The River Nile is approximately 8 kilometers (5 miles) wide, though like any river this will vary from place to place.
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