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what is the longest 3 rivers in the uk?
1st - river severn @ 220miles long 2nd - River Thames @ 215 miles long 3rd - River Trent @ 185 miles long
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what is the shortest river in the uk?
The river bain, which runs through North Yorkshire, at 2.5 miles long
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what is a river?
A river is freshwater flowing across the surface of the land, usually to the sea
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how rivers flow?
Rivers flow in channels. The bottom of the channel is called the bed and the sides of the channel are called the banks.
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where do rivers start?
Rivers begin at their source in higher ground such as mountains or hills, where rain water or melting snow collects and forms tiny streams.
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how a river is formed?
When one stream meets another and they merge together, the smaller stream is known as a tributary. It takes many tributary streams to form a river.
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