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the name of the Nile (masculine) as well as the country of Egypt (feminine)
through which it flows. The Nile in Egypt and the northern Sudan is now called An
-Nll, Al- Bahr, and Bahr an-Nll or Nahr an-Nil. Physical features. The Nile River
The waters of the Al-Ghazal undergo extensive loss through evaporation, and
only a small proportion of them ever reach the Nile. A short distance above
Malakal the mainstream is joined by the Sobat (Baro in Ethiopia), and
downstream from ...
Tropical rain forest is found along the Nile-Congo divide, in parts of the Lake
Plateau, and in southwestern Ethiopia. Heat and copious rainfall produce thick
forests with a great variety of tropical trees and plants, including ebony, banana, ...
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