What is the third longest river in the world?
Rainfall and snowfall creates watersheds, areas where precipitation will accumulate and flow downwards. Most watersheds reach the ocean, though some evaporate before they ever come to the sea.
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The third-longest river in the world is the Yangtze River in China, coming in at 3915 miles, compared with the Amazon at 4345 miles and the Nile at...
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