How Are Rivers Made?


Most rivers occur naturally underground. Some rivers are formed above ground when paths erode along heavy water flow areas. The rivers need to be fed by larger bodies of water to maintain.
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Rivers are made by a small amount of water traveling from a higher location. The water will continually fall into the same location and slowly become more and more steady. It will start as a stream and then that stream will meet with another stream. When many streams come together, a river will form.
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