Baht River

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The Baht River is a watercourse in Morocco that is tributary to the Sebou River. Also known as the Oued Beht, this river rises in the Middle Atlas mountain range.[1] The river is impounded by the El Kansera irrigation dam about 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of Sidi Slimane.[2]

Natural history[edit]

In the upper parts of the watershed within the Middle Atlas is the prehistoric range of the endangered primate Barbary macaque, which animal prehistorically had a much larger range in North Africa.[3]

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Line notes[edit]

  1. ^ Mohammed Hammam, Jāmiʻat Muḥammad al-Khāmis. Kullīyat al-Ādāb wa-al-ʻUlūm al-Insānīyah. 1995
  2. ^ *"El Kansera". Ministère de l'Energie, des Mines, de l'Eau et de l'Environnement- Département de l'Eau. Retrieved 2013-07-05. 
  3. ^ C. Michael Hogan. 2008

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