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Natural levees are formed on the banks of the rivers. They are low, linear and parallel ridges of coarse deposits along the banks of the rivers, quite often cut into individual mounds.

Point bars are found on the concave side of the meanders of large rivers and are sediments deposited in a linear fashion by flowing waters along the bank.

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