Why is the Nile River so important?

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Nile River is a very important river due to its economic importance in the regions it flows through and the fact that it is the longest river in the world. Egypt has depended on the river for thousands of years dating back to the early civilisation times and most of Egypt historical features are along the river banks. In Uganda, Nile has been utilised for production of Hydro Electric power. It has also been utilised for irrigation and transportation purposes.
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because men and catle will die without the nile flood.
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It was water in the desert, do the math.
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Most Egyptians lived near the Nile as it provided water, food,
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Egyptian society depended upon the Nile River for its existence. The river shaped nearly every facet of their existence.
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The Nile not only supplies a habitat for hundreds of species of birds, animals, and plants. It is also the contact of much commerce, up and down it's length.
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