How Do Rivers Flow?


There are many different factors that go into deciding the flow a a natural river. The path is often carved out over hundreds of years and constantly evolving.
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Rivers usually flow southward or downhill, often from the mountains that are in the north. The exceptions are, one if the land is flat and, two, if the source is higher and is to the south of the mouth. Rivers that run from south to north include the Nile in Africa, Jordan in Utah, US and Bann in Northern Ireland. You can find more information here:
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