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Rivers of the World

by Mrs. Riordan

CharacteristicName of River
Third longest river located in China. Yangtze River
This river flows north through or into 10 nations in Africa. Nile River
This river is known as "China's Sorrow." Huang He River
This river in Russia is frozen 5-6 months of the year. Ob-Irtyish River
The longest river in the world Nile River
Has changed directions several times from west to east Amazon River
Home of the Three Gorges Dam Yangtze River
Means "Great River" Mississippi
Runs through Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina Parana River
Name means "as big as the sea." Parana River
Also known as the Yellow River Huang He
Source is Lake Itasca Mississippi
Provides 1/5 of total volume of fresh water entering oceans Amazon River
Will be the largest hydroelectric dam in the world Three Gorges Dam
Flows from the Altai Mountains Ob-Irtyish
Source is the Peruvian Andes Amazon River
Created by: Academic Team