Nile River Facts
The Nile River is the longest river in the world at 4184 miles long. It is also one of the only rivers in the world that flows backward (South to North) as opposed to most rivers with flow North to South. This is because the river runs down hill from mountains in the middle of Africa
Average temperature - 105 degrees fahrenheit
Low 60 degrees/ High 117 degrees
Average rainfall along entire Nile River - 2060 mm a year
The second largest species of camel. Commonly associated with Egypt. Camels were often used as beasts of burden for Arabic Traders. They were ideal for the job as they could store water for long trips in their humps. Armies actually used to ride camels into battle as well. They adapted to their envoirnment by being useful to humans for more than a few purposes.
Found along the entire length of the Nile. This species is semi-aquatic and is one of the most aggressive animals in Africa. They adapted to their enviornment by becoming agrressive, hulking beasts that kill on sight. Humans are often targeted as well. How's that for Hungry Hungry Hippos?
A dark bronze behemoth of a reptile. They are found all along the Nile at the dread of other, less dangerous species. They are the largest found in the continent. The Nile Crocodile adapted to it's enviornment by being one of the deadliest giants around. They will often take their prey underwater and spin them around until they drown. Then, they will eat them.