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River; River Channel and Tributaries; Source of River; River Gorge; Freshwater For Life; Waterfalls; Rapids In River; Torrent Ducks – Live and Find Food in Rapids; Salmons – the Anti-rapids of river; River Meander; Nutrients And Life; Sediments And The Mud; Floodplains; River Deltas; Junction of Rivers; Damage by Rivers; Dams Over Rivers; Spoiling of Rivers

About ⅔rd of Earth’s surface is water but most of it is sea water. Rivers and lakes also contain freshwater, but they make up just one percent of all the water on Earth. Every river starts at the highest point in a particular area. As the river flows downstream, it gains more water from other streams, rivers, springs, added rainfall, and other water sources. “A river is freshwater flowing across the surface of the land, usually to the sea”.

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