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In this fun adventure game you get to kayaking in an Arctic River. Enjoy the beatiful scenery, but also make sure to avoid all the floating obstactles, everything from big timber logs to nasty garbage is floating in this cold river. You have 2 minutes and 5 Kayaks to collect a minimum of points. Collect point by hitting the buoy with a point flag on it. After the race, each remaining Kayak gives you 10 points. Be careful the river is dangerous. Have Fun!
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun. Do you like adventure games for kids, and do you also enjoy to play a free water game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Arctic River Adventure game online right now. Am I correct? ;)
Use the arrow keys to play this fun online game.
The Arctic is a fragile yet harsh environment. Few tree species grow here, and most reptiles and other cold-blooded creatures cannot survive. There are many rivers leading in to the Arctic. Massive northern rivers transport huge quantities of water and constituents from the continents to the Arctic Ocean. According to the Arctic Great Rivers Observatory changes in arctic river discharge and chemistry provide insights into changes occurring on land and also impact the chemistry, biology, and circulation of the receiving coastal and ocean waters. There are six in large arctic rivers in the world, these are Mackenzie, Yukon, Kolyma, Lena, Yenisey, and Ob. The two first listed are located in North America, while the other four is located in Russia. One problem that often occur with long rivers running towards the north is that it is colder downstream, so usually the ice melt upstream first, causing ice dams and flooding further down the rivers. So if you ever decide to move to the Arctic, you should make sure not to live to close to a river.
According to WikiPedia the Mackenzie River is the largest and longest river system in Canada, and is exceeded only by the Mississippi River system in North America. It flows through a vast, isolated region of forest and tundra entirely within the country's Yukon and Northwest Territories. It is the largest river flowing into the Arctic from North America, and with its tributaries is one of the longest rivers in the world. The Mackenzie's outflow holds a major role in the local climate above the Arctic Ocean with large amounts of warmer fresh water mixing with the cold seawater.