Nile River Located in Africa and which runs across the countries Kenya, Eritrea, Congo, Burundi, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia.
The sources of nile rivers from The Blue Nile: Lake Tana, Ethiopia. The White Nile: Lake Victoria, Uganda.
The length of the Nile River is approximately 6650 kilometres (4132 miles). It is the longest river in the world.
Nile originates from the Greek word “neilos”, it refers river.
Nile river is home shelter for around 40 million people.
The people have been living along the Nile River for last 7,000 years.
The river average discharge is approximately 300 million cubic meters per day.
It is a home to many species of animals, including crocodiles, turtles, baboons, wildebeest, and more than 400 species of birds, including fishing eagles, ibis, and the Nile Valley Sunbird.
The Nile River entire Delta is estimated to drain an area of 1,293,000 square miles.
Peaceful place – You will see that the land is environment friendly on either side of the River Nile.
The ancient Egyptians could grow crops only in the mud left out when the Nile overflowed. So they all had fields all over the River Nile.
It has played a remarkably important role in the Egyptian civilization, life and history of this nation.
The well-known important fact of Nile river’s ability to create extremely fertile soil, which caused it to be easy for cities and civilizations to grow alongside the banks of the Nile River.
Nile is home shelter for the and Nile monitor and biggest crocodiles in Africa.