What Is a Meander in Geography
A meander in geography is a bend in a supple watercourse. It is created when the moving water in a stream wear away the...
Why Are Rivers Important to People
Rivers have been of great importance to people since early civilizations because they are used as a source of drinking...
Smallest Mountain in the World?
The smallest mountain in the world is said to be Mt.Wycheproof in Victoria, Australia which is 47 metres high over the...
Animals That Eat Cactus?
An animal that eats parts of a cactus is the desert fox. Ants, moths, bats, mice, and other animals also dine on cacti.
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