Nile River

Himanshi singh        Nov  22 , 2022

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The Nile drainage basin is about 3,349 million square miles, the third-largest drainage area, and includes parts of eleven countries;  

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Two principal tributaries combine to form the Nile River; the White Nile and the Blue Nile. However, the Kagera River is considered the Nile’s distant source. 

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The White Nile emerges from Lake Victoria, in Jinja, Uganda, as the Victoria Nile and flows through Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert. 

#Course Of The Nile River

From Khartoum, the Nile flows in two distinct parts. The first part flows for about 1,380 kilometers to Lake Nasser 

#Course Of The Nile River

Lake Nasser stretches from northern Sudan (where it is known as Lake Nubia) into southern Egypt and is the world’s second-largest artificial lake. 

#Climate And Hydrology

The basin area covering Egypt and Sudan does not receive any rainfall during northern winter, while the southern areas, including the Ethiopian highlands 

#Climate And Hydrology

The Nile floods during summer because of the high tropical rains in Ethiopia. The floods begin around April in South Sudan,  

#Flora And Fauna

Different plant zones exist along the Nile River, including tropical forests near the Nile-Congo divide. These tropical forests contain tropical plants such as rubber,  

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