Why Do Floods Happen?


Floods occur when there is excess water in a river such that its banks burst or if there is too much rainfall. An advantage of floods is that they carry fresh, fertile soil onto land. They could also be disadvantageous when they cause great damage and kill people.
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Floods are usually caused by heavy rains that pour a lot of water into rivers together with other waterways, making these natural paths unable to carry all the water. As a result, rising water flows over or smashes the banks to the waterways making the surrounding land to be flooded.
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