How does Australia’s river network differ from that of other continents?

Australia is the driest of all inhabited continents. There are few lakes and rivers here; most of the continent is occupied by deserts and semi-deserts. The existing river system of Australia differs from other continents in that most of the rivers flow here only along the eastern part of the continent. The reason for this is the Great Dividing Range, which runs along the east coast of Australia. These mountains trap moisture-bearing clouds, rains fall on the slopes, which soak the rivers. On other continents, the river system is more evenly developed and does not cover only a small part of the total area of ​​the continent.

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