Talk:Braided river

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Location discrepancy[change source]

The BBC documentary, "All Aboard! New Zealand by Rail, Sea and Land' wrote that braided rivers occur in only New Zealand, Himalaya, Alaska.

This article suggests the same, "Large braided river systems are found in only a few places around the world" but adds Alaska and Canada to the mix. However the wiki page also displays a photo of a braided river in Washington State and goes on to write such rivers are found in two rivers in three locations in Europe.

Although the word 'large' means the sentence isn't incorrect, the meaning is erroneous and should be made less (or more?) ambiguous. Yabbox (talk) 21:14, 19 January 2020 (UTC)[reply]