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The Nile was rich with food as in ducks geese, other birds ,and eggs.
Also the Nile wasn't a salty sea so the Egyptians could use the water for bathing, drinking, and washing their clothes.
The Nile is surrounded by natural barriers which protected the people who lived by the fertile river banks.
The Nile created rich deposits of lime stone that the Egyptians used to make pyramids.
In November and December the land near the river banks had dried enough so that crops could be planted in the rich black soil.
The Nile provided pastureland so herdsmen and sheperds can pasture their animals that provide food.
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