There are many wonders of nature in Africa, but the Nile River towers above them all. It is the lifeblood of many African communities. Its 4000 miles journey stretches from the Equator, across North Africa to the Mediterranean, cutting through many astonishing hidden worlds. The BBC says “the Nile’s story begins in a spectacular, tropical mountain range – the Rwenzoris. Streams plunge from these snowy peaks creating wetlands on the plains below. Here they create a mobile water garden of papyrus reeds, home to one of the world’s strangest birds- a shoebill stork.”
If you truly want to have an idea of how truly awe-inspiring the River Nile is, the BBC Earths Great Rivers Series has unveiled some of its glories. Watch below:
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