What Is the Mouth of a River Called?


The mouth of a river is called its base level. It is the end of a river, where it drains into a large body of water. If a river has a wide mouth it is referred to as an estuary and is characterised by a mixture of mixture of salty and fresh water.
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The mouth of the river is called the base level of a river or stream. It is the lowest point in which the river or stream can flow. For larger rivers or oceans, it is referred to as the sea level.
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