Compare the characteristics of rivers and streams.

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Jessie Thompson on November 5, 2018

The streams are bodies of water that are added when they meet and when they form a large river. In any other situation in which there are by themselves. Currents current. The rivers on the other side are those bodies of water that originate in the hills and mountains. When glaciers melt the rivers are formed. Some of the differences between the rivers and streams are: Streams have narrow banks, the rivers most wide of the banks. The currents are more turbulent rivers. Surface currents of the rivers. Both streams and rivers of current. The rivers can't be formed without currents.

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