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Why did the world's first civilizations develop in river valleys? The land in river valleys supported agriculture. Nomadic tribes could use rivers to trade with other nomadic tribes. Papyrus plants grown near the river could be made into paper. The climate in river valleys was good for hunting and fishing.

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    Because the land near the rivers was fertile and good for growing food.

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    Papyrus plants grown near the river could be made into paper.

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