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Rivers from source to sea.
Hi guys, today we're going to look at the parts of a river. This is the source of a river, where it all starts.
There we have a waterfall coming from the source, forming a lake and developing into a stream.
Our river is being fed by other streams, called tributaries, and is becoming bigger. The place where the tributary meets the river is called a confluence.
Here I am on the banks of our river, which is turning, or meandering, through a forest. The land which it travels through is called a basin.
When a river finds a new course, it can shortcut a meander which then becomes an oxbow lake.
Finally, the river meets the sea and that place is called the mouth. It forms an estuary a little way back, where the salt water meets the fresh water.
The river sometimes creates a delta by depositing sediment at its mouth.
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