Which River Flows Upstream?

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Rivers that are considered to flow 'upstream' actually flow North in direction, although, a river can technically flow anyway it wants. In some cases, you may find parts of a river that have changed current and go against the flow of the rest of the river, but in the big picture of things, a river just flows.
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The Nile is the only river that "flows upstream.
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It does not. Actually it does. I'm in 6th grade and learning about that.The Nile flows upstream because of gravity.
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First of all, no river flows "upstream" because upstream refers to the reverse of the direction of travel of the river. Upstream means going against the flow of the river,
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It certainly can look as if they do. Near the delta, or point they enter the sea, many rivers have tidal effects, often even a wave known as a 'bore'. On an incoming tide, some rivers
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