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The Nile was an important part of Ancient Egypt.
 The Nile was a river located in Nile Valley, in Egypt.
Today, the Nile is most known for being the longest river.
 Or, that it flows South to North.
The river provided two good harvests a year.
 The river supplied most  of the protein in Egypt.
 Ivory was from the tusk
of a hippopotami,

that lived in the Nile. The reeds that grew along
the river made their papyrus.
 The river was also a source
 for the mud bricks.

 The mud from the
river made the bricks.



The Nile wasn't all good,
it was also quite dangerou
s.
With all the hippopotami, crocodiles,

currents, and shallow water
 made inside the water very hazardous.
There was also strong winds that
         could blow you off course.        






In conclusion, the Nile was helpful and dangerous to the Egyptians.