What is the difference between a river, a lake and a swamp?

A river is a natural water stream flowing in the channel developed by it and feeding on the surface and underground runoff from its basin. A lake is a natural or artificially created body of water, filled within the lake bed with water and not directly connected to the sea. A swamp is a land area characterized by excessive moisture, increased acidity and low soil fertility, with the release of stagnant or flowing groundwater to the surface, but without a permanent layer of water on the surface.

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