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The plains which are formed by the deposition of rivers near their mouths are called

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The plains which are formed by the deposition of rivers near their mouths are called: flood plain / karst plain / Deltaic plain / Loess plain.

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Deltaic plains

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Deltaic plains are formed by the deposition of sediment carried by a river near its mouth, where the river flows into an ocean or sea. As the river enters the ocean, the velocity of the water slows down, and the sediment it carries is deposited, forming a fan-shaped deltaic plain.

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