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The River - The Floodplains

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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

The land that floods when the river has too much water is called the floodplain. After a flood, the water returns to the river and leaves behind rich, fertile soil on the floodplain. The fertile soil of the floodplain is good for growing crops, but a floodplain can be a dangerous place to live. Most of the land in the southern Asian country of Bangladesh is in the floodplain of the Ganges and Brahmaputra Rivers.

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