What makes rivers run?

Rainfall is what keeps rivers running. Rain doesn’t always go directly into rivers or run off the land into rivers. Instead, what could also happen is that the rain is frozen into snow and ice, and once the snow or ice melts it goes into the river.

Without rain, every river will stop running eventually. And of course, the more it rains, the faster a river will run.

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