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Mearim River

The Mearim River is a river in Maranhão state of northern Brazil. The river originates in the southern part of Maranhão, and drains north into the Baia de São Marcos, an estuary that also receives the Pindare and Grajau rivers, which are sometime ...

                                               

Pindare River

The Pindare River is a river in Maranhão state of north-central Brazil. The Pindare rises in the low hills which separate its basin from that of the Tocantins River to the south. In its lower reaches it is called the Pindare-Mirim. It is a left t ...

                                               

Potenji River

The Potenji River, meaning "river of the shrimps" in Tupi, is the principal river in the state of Rio Grande do Norte. Its delta, that discharges in the coastline of Natal, was soon discovered by the first colonists that used to penetrate into th ...

                                               

Poxim River

The Poxim River is a river of Sergipe state in northeastern Brazil. The river runs through the sertão region of Sergipe. Its upper reaches are occupied by sugarcane farms and pastures and its mouth by an industrial zone. Almost all vegetation in ...

                                               

Quixeramobim River

The Quixeramobim River is a river that runs through the state of Ceara in northeastern Brazil. It was originally known by the Indians who inhabited the region as Rio Ibu. It rises in the Serra das Matas at Monsenhor Tabosa and Banhha and its mout ...

                                               

Rio Envira

Rio Envira is a river in Acre state in Brazil. The Rio Jaminaua is one of its tributaries. It is a tributary of the Tarauaca River. The river defines the northwest boundary of the 231.555 hectares 572.180 acres Santa Rosa do Purus National Forest ...

                                               

Tarauaca River

Tarauaca River (Portuguese: Rio Tarauaca is a river of Amazonas and Acre states in western Brazil. The Rio Tarauaca is a tributary of the Jurua River, which itself flows into the Amazon.

                                               

Vaza-Barris River

The Vaza-Barris River is a river in northeastern Brazil. The Vaza-Barris originates in northeastern Bahia state, and flows east through Bahia and Sergipe states to empty into the Atlantic Ocean near São Cristovão.

                                               

Andalien River

The Andalien River is a river in the province of Concepcion, in the Bio Region of Chile. It drains the western side of Chiles Cordillera de la Costa and has a total length of 42 kilometres. It is one of the two rivers that bracket the city of Con ...

                                               

Baker River (Chile)

The Baker River is a river located in the Aysen del General Carlos Ibañez del Campo Region of the Chilean Patagonia. It is Chiles largest river in terms of volume of water. The river flows out of Bertrand Lake, which is fed by General Carrera Lak ...

                                               

Bueno River

Bueno River is a river in southern Chile. It originates in Ranco Lake and like most of Chile rivers it drains into the Pacific Ocean at the southern boundary of the Valdivian Coastal Reserve. Its lower flow forms the border between Osorno Provinc ...

                                               

Carampangue River

Carampangue River is a small river in Arauco Province, Bio Region of Chile. It has its main source in the hill of la Piedra, South of the Heights of Purgatorio in the Nahuelbuta Range southwest of the town of Santa Juana, and it runs to the North ...

                                               

Cayucupil

Cayucupil is a valley, a hamlet and a riachuelo or small river in the vicinity of Cañete, Chile of the Arauco Province of the Bio Region that has its origin in the western foothills of the Nahuelbuta Mountains, to the east of that city. It runs t ...

                                               

Claro River (Teno)

The Claro River is a river of Chile located in the Maule Region. It rises in the Andes, at the confluence of the Los Cajones River and Del Planchon River. It empties into the Teno River near the city of Los Queñes. In February 1991, eruptions fro ...

                                               

Cosapilla River

The Cosapilla River is a river of Chile and Bolivia and is part of the boundary. It is also called Caquena and, in Bolivia, Cosapa. From its source in the Parinacota Province, the river flows north, is part of the Chile-Bolivia boundary and then ...

                                               

Culenco River

Culenco a river of moderate volume that runs from the southern part of the commune of Santa Juana, through the northwestern part of the commune of Nacimiento to its confluence with the Nicodahue River. It has origins in streams from the eastern s ...

                                               

Enco River

Enco River is a river in Panguipulli commune in southern Chile. By flowing from Panguipulli Lake to Riñihue Lake Enco River carries the water of the six upper lakes of the Seven Lakes area into Riñihue, the last lake in the chain. Located between ...

                                               

Figueroa River

The Figueroa River is a river in the Aysen Region of southern Chile in South America. It runs only sixty-one kilometers from Green Lake to Rosselot Lake, but is considered an exceptional trout steam for fly fishing, as well as for kayaking and wh ...

                                               

Guaqui River

Guaqui or Guaque River is a tributary of the Bio River in the Bio Region of Chile. It is a river of great volume with a course of 55 kilometers originating from small streams, that have their source west of the town of Las Canteras; it runs to th ...

                                               

Laja River (Chile)

Laja River is a river in Chile, along which can be found the Laja Falls. It is located in the Bio Region. The source of the river is Laguna del Laja in the Andes, then flows westward through the Chilean Central Valley and terminates into the Bio ...

                                               

Laraquete River

Laraquete River is a small river in Arauco Province, Bio Region of Chile. Its sources are in the Nahuelbuta Range and they flow west to its mouth at the bay of Arauco and the foot of the hill of Andalican where there is located the town of Laraquete.

                                               

Lebu River

Lebu River an important river of the Arauco Province. It has his sources in the western slope of the Nahuelbuta Range to the east of the city and port of Lebu, capital of the province and named for the river. The Lebu is formed from the confluenc ...

                                               

Licauquen River

Licauquen River a short river or riachuelo south of Lebu and west of Cañete. It comes from the eastern wooded heights of the Arauco Province to the coast of the Pacific Ocean, it is joined in its upper reaches by a tributary riachuelo named Pilma ...

                                               

Lonquen River

The Lonquen River is in the Nuble Province of the Bio Region of Chile. It forms at the confluence of the esteros Pichimavida and Colomavida that originate in the mountains in the east of the province. Its course lies from north to south, receivin ...

                                               

Maipo River

The Maipo River is the main river flowing through the Santiago Metropolitan Region and the Valparaiso Region of Chile. It is located just south of the capital of Santiago. The Mapocho River, which flows through central Santiago, is one of its tri ...

                                               

Maullin River

Maullin River is a river of Chile located in the Los Lagos Region. The river originates as the outflow of Llanquihue Lake, and flows generally southwestward, over a number of small waterfalls, emptying into the Gulf of Coronados. The lower course ...

                                               

Nilahue River

Nilahue River is an Andean river in Lago Ranco commune in south-central Chile. Nilahue River originates in Cordon Caulle volcano and discharges into Ranco Lake, being its second largest tributary after Calcurrupe River. The catchment basin of the ...

                                               

Petrohue River

Petrohue River is a Chilean river located in the Los Lagos Region of Chile. It originates from Todos los Santos Lake in the Vicente Perez Rosales National Park. At its origin are the Petrohue Waterfalls.

                                               

Pilmaiquen

Pilmaiquen or Pilmayquen is a riachuelo in the commune of Cañete in Arauco Province in the Bio Region of Chile that flows southwest towards the coast of the Pacific Ocean, to the northwest of the city of Cañete. Its course is short but of great v ...

                                               

Quiapo River

Quiapo River is a short river of small volume that is in Arauco Province near its coast. Its headwaters are formed at the junction of two steams at the heights of Quiapo. These streams arise in the forested heights to the north and east some kilo ...

                                               

Quilacoya River

Quilacoya River is located in the Hualqui commune of Concepcion Province of Chile. It has course of about 40 kilometers with a small volume. It originates in the southern slopes of the series of heights of Lucay that run from east to west in the ...

                                               

Rele River

Rele River is a river in the commune of Santa Juana. It has its origin to the south southeast of Santa Juana, from where it runs to the northeast from among the slopes of the heights of the Nahuelbuta Range and runs to the east to the Bio River i ...

                                               

Repocura River

The Repocura River of the La Araucania Region of Chile has its source in the eastern slope of the Nahuelbuta Range northwest of the town of Cholchol and runs towards the southeast to join the Cholchol River on its western bank across from Cholcho ...

                                               

Salado River (Antofagasta)

Salado River is a river of Chile located in El Loa Province, Antofagasta Region which is in the northern part of the country. It is formed at the confluence of over 30 spring branches emerging from El Tatio area. Flowing briefly south, it turns w ...

                                               

San Pedro de Atacama River

San Pedro River is a river of Chile located in the Antofagasta Region of northern Chile. It is formed at the confluence of the Grande and Salado rivers. Grande River begins at the confluence of the Jauna and Putana rivers, and downstream receives ...

                                               

San Pedro de Inacaliri River

San Pedro de Inacaliri River, or called simply San Pedro River, is a river of Chile located in El Loa Province, Antofagasta Region. It begins at the confluence of the rivers Silala and Cajon, at an elevation over 4.000 m asl. A part of its flow i ...

                                               

Simpson River

Simpson River is a river of Chile located in the Aysen del General Carlos Ibañez del Campo Region. The river originates east of the Andes mountains. It forms the western boundary of the city of Coihaique, which is bordered on the north by the Coi ...

                                               

Tavolevo River

Tavolevo River, a tributary of the Biobio River. in Chile. It has two tributaries the Culenco River flowing southeast from the Nahuelbuta Range in the Catirai region and the Nicodahue River that flows north from the La Araucania Region and its tw ...

                                               

Tornagaleones River

Tornagaleones River is a river and eastuarine channel in Los Rios Region, Chile. Together with Valdivia and Futa River it encloses the fluvial island of Isla del Rey. The fresh waters of Tornagaleones comes from Futa, Naguilan and Valdivia River. ...

                                               

Tubul River

Tubul River is a river of the Bio Region of Chile. Where the river reaches the Pacific Ocean stands the small fishing village of Tubul. The coastline near the egress of the river is cliff-lined and hilly. Prior to 1835, the lower mile of the rive ...

                                               

Vergara River

Vergara River is a river located in the Intermediate Depression of Chile. The river rises at the junction of the Malleco and Rehue rivers, close to the city of Angol.Nahuelbuta Range barrier forces the river to flow northward. At the latitude of ...

                                               

Aquio River

Aquio River is a river of Colombia. It is part of the Amazon River basin. The Aquio River has long been known to harbor many species of wildlife due to the cleanliness of the water and its lack of pollution. It has a registered sister river on th ...

                                               

Catatumbo River

The Catatumbo River is a river rising in northern Colombia, flowing into Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela. The Catatumbo River is approximately 340 kilometres long. It forms a part of the international boundary between the two countries. The river flo ...

                                               

Cesar River

The Cesar River is a river in northern Colombia which is a part of the Magdalena Basin. It flows through the Cesar-Rancheria Basin and separates the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta from the mountain ranges of the Serrania del Perija, an extension of ...

                                               

Cinaruco River

Cinaruco River is a river of Colombia and Venezuela. It is part of the Orinoco River basin. It has partially clear tanic waters. In Venezuela this river is part of the Santos Luzardo National Park since the year 1988. The Cinaruco River together ...

                                               

Guatapuri River

The Guatapuri River, or Rio Guatapuri in Spanish, is a river that flows from the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta into the Cesar River in northern Colombia by the city of Valledupar. In the indigenous Chimila language, Guatapuri m ...

                                               

Guaviare River

The Guaviare is a tributary of the Orinoco in Colombia. The Guaviare has its source in two other rivers, the Arriari and the Guayabero, which in turn have their own sources in the eastern part of the Andes. At 1.497 kilometres 930 mi long, it is ...

                                               

Inirida River

The Inirida is a river in the north-west of South America, in the territory of Colombia, the largest tributary of the Guaviare. The length of the river is 1.300 kilometres 810 mi, 1.000 kilometres 620 mi of which are navigable for small vessels. ...

                                               

Mache River

The sources of the river are protected by the 119.172 hectares 294.480 acres Mache-Chindul Ecological Reserve, which covers the Mache Chindul mountain range. The Mache River is one of the main tributaries of the Cojimies Estuary. Seven rivers flo ...

                                               

Medellin River

The Medellin River, called Porce River during most of its course, is a river that flows through the Colombian city of Medellin and its metropolitan area. For many years an organization called Mi Rio was involved in river cleanup projects. For the ...