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a stream that forms the source of a river

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Iits fish fauna is relatively poor, due to its location near to the headstreams. There is a predominance of lentic pre-adapted fish species.
Louis, fractures into a series of headstreams. If the traveler is a motorist, then the distance between Jefferson (Oxford), Mississippi, and Edmonton, Alberta, is 2,232.75 land miles and would exhaust approximately 36 hours and 48 minutes of driving time.
Some desert river systems are permanent in their headstreams but intermittent in their lower courses, among them the Oued Draa, Oued Rheris, Oued Ziz, Oued Guir, Oued Zousfana, and Oued Saoura in the Saharan regions of the Maghreb.
Here it is known as the Bhagirathi, the smaller of two headstreams that come together to form the Ganges.
The Ganges River has six headstreams namely, the Alaknanda, Dhauliganga, Nandakini, Pindar, Mandakini, and Bhagirathi.
Headstreams are also poor mostly due to resource limitation and niche availability and geological traits.
The Ganges river has six headstreams namely- the Alaknanda, Dhauliganga, Nandakini, Pindar, Mandakini, and Bhagirathi.
James and Janie Headstream sold the property to Cobb and her husband, A.B., in October 1961 for $44,000.