THE RIVER DON. B BY REBECCA BOJARSKI. Some questions I’d like to answer:. Where is the location? What was it (or is it) used for? How long is it? In the middle of the river, how deep is it? What sort of wildlife live near (or on) the river? Does the river Don have any other names?. Q1.
BY REBECCA BOJARSKI
WHERE IS THE LOCATION?
The river Don is a river in south Yorkshire, England.
WHAT WAS IT (OR IS IT) USED FOR?
Two reasons really; to provide a public water supply and to supply mills, foundries and cutlers’ wheels with water power.
HOW LONG IS IT?
The river Don flows for 70 miles (110KM) eastwards, through the Don valley.
IN THE MIDDLE OF THE RIVER, HOW DEEP IS IT?
It can be up to 15 feet deep in the centre, with a width of around 30 metres.
WHAT SORT OF WILDLIFE LIVE NEAR (OR ON) THE RIVER DON?
Things like: Dragonflies, Pondskaters, Ducks, Swans, Moorhens, Foxes, Rabbits, Owls, Kingfishers, Otters, Brown trout and Herons.
DOES IT HAVE ANY OTHER NAMES?
Yes, such as;
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