Where Do Rivers Start?

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Rivers usually start from their sources mainly in high places such as hills and mountains. Some rivers start where a natural spring releases water from underground like River Thames. Others emerge from underground streams formed after rain or snow seeps from below.
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Rivers begin in mountains or the highland area. Often a mountain spring or melting snow or ice is the start of the flow. As it moves down hill, more sources of water and rain add to the flow. You can find more information here: http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Homework/rivers/source.html
River usually starts from a hill or a spring releasing water or from ice glacier or lake. River has many sources of water along the way like rain water, snow melts, and small channel.
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