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The Nile River is surrounded by natural barriers, which protected people living on the Nile.
The Nile was a gift because the water let the Egyptians grow crops like apples, barley, radishes and melons.
The Nile provided pasture land so the animals could graze. This provided meat, milk and butter for the Egyptians.
The Nile was home to birds, ducks, and Geese this provided food and eggs for the Egyptians.
The Nile provided water so the Egyptians could bathe, wash their clothes, and drink the water.
Papyrus grew along the Nile River bank. Egyptians used papyrus to make paper.
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