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Does Tennessee border the worlds longest river?

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2016-09-15 20:57:56

The Amazon River in South America is the longest river in the world. Tennessee does not border it.

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3- What is the name of the world’s longest river?

Duck River (Tennessee) The Duck River is the longest river located entirely within the U.S. state of Tennessee.

the river amazon is the worlds longest river

The Mississippi River is the western border of Tennessee.

The worlds longest river, the Nile, is in Africa

The Mississippi River serves as Tennessee's western border. It separates Tennessee from Arkansas and Missouri.

The huang he is the fourth longest river in the world.

It is the Amazon River

Kentucky, which is on the south and east side of the Ohio River has the longest border.

The Mississippi River is on Tennessee's western border separating Tennessee from Arkansas and Missouri.

There is no river that borders Tennessee and Georgia.

Tennessee does not border any sea. However, it does border the Mississippi River.

Yes, Tennessee's western border is the Mississippi River

The Mississippi River is the border separating Tennessee and Arkansas.

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Africa, because the longest river is the Nile and it is in Egypt, which is in Africa.

The Sahara is not even a river. It is the world's longest desert.

No. The Mississippi River is the western border of Tennessee.

The Amazon is the 2nd longest river, the Nile is the longest. The Amazon is the worlds largest quantity of fresh water & is in South America, principly in Brazil.

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Longest river at 4,135 miles long.

the Mississippi river is the border

The Tennessee River is Alabama's longest river. It is 652 miles long in Alabama. The Chattahoochee River is Alabama's second longest river at 430 miles in Alabama.


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