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The area where all the water flows into a river

Question asked by: tooney

Asked on: 14 Sep 2009

All the water from a river will ultimately go out and flow into a sea and ocean in the majority of cases, these are called the tributaries, and also the areas that themselves gather and form or flow into the river are themselves the tributaries of the river.
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Replied at: 21 Sep 2009
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