όρος [oros] (formal) > orogeny / orogenesis
βουνό [voono] (common)
The Greek word for mountain in English characters is: Vouno.
Lotus, the Cyperus papyrus / paper reed, fig, date palm, mulberry. Such a large and long river will have such incalculable species that it would be impossible to do your question justice here. The links below will cover virtually all information needed.
Waders refer to birds that have specialized in picking out small invertebrates from mud, wet soil or shallow water. These birds have long legs and long, sensitive bills in order to catch their food.
There are many wading birds, such as the Egret, Heron, Sandpiper, Curlew, Lapwing, Oystercatcher, Ringed Plover.
Not really. The only place on the planet where the two share habitat is in extreme south Florida, and then they tend to be separated, the gator prefers fresh water, the croc brackish. Then again, they will enter the other's habitat on occasions.
There is a mythical creature that was often referred to as the Snake of the Nile. This mythical creature, as stated in his name, was said to be a snake that lived in the Nile River, that was capable of devouring a crocodile by allowing the corcodile to eat it, and eating the crocodile's insides out, therefore killing them.
It el proyecto the government by getting water for the families.
Deep deposits of fertile soil
A nanometer is 1,000,000,000 (1 billion) times smaller than a meter.
It is 0.000000001 meters (or 10^-9 m).
Ancient Egyptians ate many different kinds of food. If you were rich, you could eat whatever you wanted, lots of beef, wine, beer and cakes. Some food's everyone ate were pigeons, cranes, teal, geese, duck, bread, beans, onions, green vegetables, fruit, beer and wine.
The elevation of Denver, Co. 4 times around an average school track. ~16 football field lengths. (I mile is about 1600 meters. The length of a track is 400 meters. A football field is 100 yards and 1 yard is 0.9 meters.)
Basically without the Nile there would be no Egypt or Sudan as we know it, only desert. The Nile encouraged settlement and cultures because it gave life in the form of water for, amongst other things, drinking, crops and transport.
I say the area around the Nile river is got to be a bit bumpy cuz it was a couple of years ago that my teacher she showed us a pic of egypt cuz she went to ancient Egypt. Bye, for now?
because they use the water to irrigate the crops
yes there are many dams and some reservoirs too.Dams are as follows: 1) Tehri Dam 2)Damodar valley project
The length of the delta cannot be measured in square miles: these are used to measure areas, not lengths.
Much more land has been made arable, the flooding controlled, hydro-electricity produced etc.
Initially it does as it flows out of Lake Tana, but turns north and flows into Sudan and merges with the White Nile.
In its 4,000 mile plus length it serves numerous purposes, but in Egypt the Nile encouraged settlement and cultures because it gave life in the form of water, for without it there would be no Egypt as we know it, only desert.
the chimpmunks rocks. But they are really horny so beware of them they might suck your dick by accident
Egypt is along the Nile River. The Nile is the longest river in the world, stretching over 4,000 miles (6,400 km) from its source in Burundi to the Mediterranean Sea. It runs through several countries, including Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia, and has played