What Is the Difference between a Canal and a River?

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The distinction between a canal and a river is that a river is a natural water body that encompasses a wide range of an area whereas a canal is a manmade channel on water that is built for the passage of goods.
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A canal is a manmade channel for the passage of goods, boats while a river is a natural water body.
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