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Passage:
From the apex of the Niger Delta southwards, dry land, overgrown with dense forests still virginal in various spots, gives way to seasonally inundated zones. Here, sweet water swamps with strands of raffia palms gradually merge into tidal swamps of brackish ooze, where mud skippers thrive under the arching roots of mangroves. The Niger, fingering through a thousand creeks, meets the sea in a dozen estuaries. Strong River current drifts and mud across the rivers mouths, sealing them again and again to navigation.
‘Fingering through’ as used in the passage means

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A) cutting across

B) passing through

C) cutting between

D) passing between


The correct answer is A.


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