Congo River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Congo River (also known as the Zaire River ; French: (le) fleuve Congo (Zaïre)) is a river in Africa and the world's deepest river with measured depths in excess ...
The Congo River - Social Studies for Kids
The Congo is the world's eighth-longest river at 2,914 miles long. It begins at the junction of the Lualaba and Luvua rivers, in the Altai Mountains, and flows ...
Congo River (river, Africa) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Congo River, formerly Zaire River, river in west-central Africa. With a length of 2,900 miles (4,700 km), it is the continent’s second longest river, after the Nile
Congo River - Princeton University
The Congo River (also known as the Zaire River) is the deepest river in the world, with measured depths in excess of 230 m (750 ft).   It is the second largest ...
Congo River Rapids - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Congo River Rapids is a river rapids ride made by Intamin. It is located in the Katanga Canyon area of Alton Towers in Staffordshire, England. The rapids course come ...
Follow the Piper: THE CONGO RIVER - blogspot.com
The rainforest that grows in the Congo River basin is the 2nd largest one in the world, after the Amazon rainforest. There are almost 400 types of mammals ...
Congo River - New World Encyclopedia
The Congo River is the largest river in western Central Africa and the most powerful on the continent. Its overall length of 2,900 miles (4,667 kilometers) makes it ...
Congo River - Depth of the Congo River - Congo River Facts
Congo River. Learn how the amazing depth of the Congo River affects the area through which it flows and other fascinating facts about the world's deepest river.
Congo River :: Animal life -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Animal life. The animal life of the Congo basin is identified to a certain extent with that of the equatorial forest, which is sharply distinct from the wildlife of ...
The Congo River: Facts and History - HubPages
The Congo River gives life to the countries of West Central Africa and adds to the economy of its surrounding regions.