Two rivers flow for over a thousand miles without touching each other but keeping within a meander from one another until reaching their common confluence. Which two rivers are these?
#55681. Asked by gmackematix. (Mar 05 05 1:14 PM)
Tigris and Eufrates?
Mar 05 05, 1:29 PM
Yay Tankz! The Tigris and the Euphrates are two of the four rivers that flowed out of the Garden of Eden according to Genesis and the ancient region of Mesopotamia, whose name means between the rivers lay between them. They eventually meet at the Shatt Al-Arab north of Basra.
There may be other examples of this phenomenon.
Mar 05 05, 1:51 PM
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