Yes they do. In many places they are an important means of transport and travel and even more importantly, the principal source of fresh water and therefore of agriculture. Many ancient civilizations like ancient Egypt and ancient Babylonia would not have come into being without their rivers providing water for people, livestock, farms and transport.
Matter doesn't really have a shape of its own. Matter is the substance within any object. And an atom is a hypothetical particle of matter and is extremely small. Matter doesn't really have a shape of its own. Matter is the substance within any object. And an atom is a hypothetical particle of matter and is extremely small.
The planet is made of Stone, theres a very good chance that no matter where you go on earth you'll find them everywhere.
it really doesnt matter who cares?
It really matter where your asking for.
Matter isn't really something you can measure. To measure mass, you would use a balance.
yes it matter
if its really bad, dry them up.
Exotic Rivers are rivers that start out in a really wet region, so they can flow through dry regions
Doesn't Really Matter was created on 2000-05-27.
there is not really any river in jamaica hanover does not really have any rivers
it really don't matter because it what you what to be.
Really, it doesn't matter.
No really. The shapes is a matter of physics.
No. If you really love him, age does not matter.
The Sun doesn't have anything comparable to rivers on Earth. There are some interesting flows of matter, such as solar prominences, but not of them is permanent or semi-permanent, so it would be misleading to label them as "rivers".
Any really because they all do but some countries have tended not to but its all pretty much full of rivers