The Nile River
By: Carolina Stalvey
The Nile River is touches Ethiopia, Zaire, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Sudan, and Egypt.
Many tourists ride out and through the Nile river to see the animals and views.
The Nile Crocodile is one of the many animals that live in the Nile River and perhaps the most popular.
The Nile River
The Nile River is 4,128 ft. long. It also begins as the White Nile and the Blue Nile. It is just 155 ft. longer than the Amazon River. It flows from the heart of Africa and to really big and cool Mediterranean Sea.
The Nile River touches Ethiopia, Zaire, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Sudan, and Egypt. The Nile River Starts in Uganda and ends in Ethiopia. Only 22% of the Nile River is in Egypt even though it is hugely associated with it.
The importance of the Nile River is that it is the main water source of Egypt. It provides them with water that they use to drink, shower, and clean with. The Nile river also provides animals with a safe environment to live in.
By Carolina Stalvey
Many kinds of hippos live in the Nile River.
Frogs live in and near the Nile River.
Otters live up on the rocks by and in the waters of the Nile River.
Birds of the Nile
Hawks hunt pray that lurks in the murky waters.
Woodpeckers peck at trees nearby the Nile River.
Sandpipers peck for food in the sandy banks of the Nile.
In the Nile River there are many kinds of dangerous animals that could really hurt you.
Other than crocodiles there is a similar animal called a caiman which is just as dangerous.
Many deadly snakes live near the banks of the Nile River such as The Black mamba and The Egyptian Cobra.
Jokes of the Day
Q: What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment and never in one thousand years?
A: The letter M
Q; What goes up but never comes down?
A: Your age!