The Abuna River is a river in South America. Part of the Amazon Basin, it forms part of the border between Bolivia and Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abuna River"
The Acre River is a 650km long river in central South America. The river rises in Peru, and runs eastwards, forming part of the border between Bolivia and Brazil. It runs through the Brazilian states of Acre and Amazonas before eventually running into the Purus River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acre River"
The Amazon River (occasionally River Amazon; Spanish: Río Amazonas, Portuguese: Rio Amazonas) of South America is one of the two longest rivers on Earth, the other being the Nile in Africa. The Amazon has by far the greatest total flow of any river, carrying more than the Mississippi, Nile, and Yangtze rivers combined -- so while it may not be the longest river, it is undoubtedly the largest. Its drainage area, called the Amazon Basin, is the largest of any river system. The Amazon could be considered the "strongest" (largest volume of water per second). ...more on Wikipedia about "Amazon River"
The Araguaia River or, in Portuguese, Rio Araguaia is one of the major rivers of Brazil. It has a total length of approximately 2,627 km. ...more on Wikipedia about "Araguaia River"
The Rio Branco is the principal affluent of the Rio Negro from the north; it is enriched by many streams from the sierras which separate Venezuela and Guyana from Brazil. Its two upper main tributaries are the Urariquira and the Takutu. The latter almost links its sources with those of the Essequibo. ...more on Wikipedia about "Branco River"
Caqueta is a river of Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Caqueta River"
The Corumbá river (Rio Corumbá in Portuguese) is the most important river in the Central Plateau region of Brazil. Its source is in the Montes de Pireneus, near Pirenópolis, state of Goiás, near the boundary with the Federal District and its length ifs 567 km. It receives the waters of the Descoberto and São Bartolomeu, which begin in the Federal District. There are plans to built a hydroelectric plant on this section of the river. ...more on Wikipedia about "Corumbá river"
The Corumbá River (Rio Corumbá in Portuguese) is the most important river in the Central Plateau region of Brazil. Its source is in the Montes de Pireneus, near Pirenópolis, state of Goiás, near the boundary with the Federal District and its length ifs 567 km. It receives the waters of the Descoberto and São Bartolomeu, which begin in the Federal District. There are plans to built a hydroelectric plant on this section of the river. ...more on Wikipedia about "Corumbá River"
The Doce River (Rio Doce in Portuguese) is a river in southeast Brazil, which has an extension of 853 km. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doce River"
The Grande River (Rio Grande in Portuguese) is in south-central Brazil. It rises in the Mantiqueira Mountains in the state of Minas Gerais and descends inland, west-northwestward. Its lower course marks a portion of the Minas Gerais-São Paulo border. At the Mato Grosso do Sul state border, after a course of 1,360 km., it joins the Paranaíba River to form the Upper Paraná River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grande River"
Guaporé is the name of river in western Brazil and the former name of the territory, and later state, of Rondônia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Guaporé"
The Içá or Putumayo River is one of the tributaries of the Amazon river, west of and parallel to the Yapura. It forms the entirety of Colombia's border with Ecuador, as well as most of the frontier with Peru. Known as the Putumayo in the former three nations, it is called the Içá when it crosses into Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Içá"
The Iguaçu (Portuguese; Spanish Iguazú) is a left tributary of the Paraná River in the Triple Frontier of Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina whose sources are in the Sierra do Mar in Santa Catarina State, Brazil. It has a length of 1320 km and is best known for the Iguassu Falls. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iguaçu"
Jaguaribe River is a highly seasonal river of northeastern Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaguaribe River"
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The Javari River is a river in South America. It flows from the border between Amazonas state, Brazil, and Loreto department, Peru to join the Amazon near Benjamin Constant. Its length is 540 miles (870 km). ...more on Wikipedia about "Javari River"
The Javary, the boundary between Brazil and Peru, is another Amazon River tributary of importance. It is supposed to be navigable by canoe for 900 miles above its mouth to its sources among the Ucayali highlands, but only 260 have been found suitable for steam navigation. The Brazilian Boundary Commission ascended it in 1866 to the junction of the Shino with its Jaquirana branch. The country it traverses in its extremely sinuous course is very level, similar in character to that of the Jurua, and is a fostered wilderness occupied by a few savage hordes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Javary"
The Jequitinhonha River is a river that flows mainly through the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. Its source lies near Diamantina in the Serra do Espinhaço at an elevation of 1,200 mts, after which it flows northward and then east-northeastward across the uplands. At Salto da Divisa, it is interrupted by the Cachoeira (falls) do Salto Grande [43 m] high). It descends to the coastal plain at the city of Jequitinhonha (beyond which it is also called Rio Grande do Belmonte) and empties into the Atlantic Ocean at Belmonte in Bahia state after a course of approximately 1,090 km. The main tributaries are the Araçuaí, Piauí, São Miguel, Itacanbiraçu, Salinas, São Pedro, and São Francisco. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jequitinhonha River"
The Jurua River is the next great southern affluent of the Amazon River west of the Purus, sharing with this the bottom of the immense inland Amazon depression, and having all the characteristics of the Purus as regards curvature, sluggishness and general features of the low, half-flooded forest country it traverses. It rises among the Ucayali highlands, and is navigable and unobstructed for a distance of 1133 miles (1823 km) above its junction with the Amazon. It has a total length of approximately 1500 miles (2414 km), and is one of the longest tributaries of the Amazon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jurua"
The Juruena River is a river in west-central Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Juruena River"
The Madeira River is a major waterway in South America, approximately 3,380 km (2,100 miles) long. ...more on Wikipedia about "Madeira River"
The Meia Ponte River is one of the most important rivers in the state of Goiás, Brazil. Its source lies 60 km north of the city of Goiânia and it flows through that city in a southern direction joining the Paranaíba river on the border with Minas Gerais. Its basin furnishes water for 2 million people, fifty percent of the population of the state, and a large part of the economy depends on it. ...more on Wikipedia about "Meia Ponte River"
The Oyapock River (Rio Oiapoque) is a river in French Guiana forming the border between French Guiana and Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oyapock River"
The Pará River (in Portuguese, the Rio Pará) is the southern arm of the mouth of the Amazon River. It flows round the west and south of Marajó island. It takes some water from the main Amazon, however much of its power comes from the Tocantins River flowing from the south. The state capital of Pará, Belém, is located on the south bank of the river. It is approximately 40 miles long. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pará River"
The Paracatu River (Rio Paracatu in Portuguese) is located mainly in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil. It is the longest tributary of the São Francisco, draining a basin of about 45,000 km2, including 21 municipalities and the Federal District. The basin is almost completely located in the state of Minas Gerais (19 municipalities), including only three municipalities in the state of Goiás ...more on Wikipedia about "Paracatu River"
The Paraguacu River is a 500 km long river that flows through the Brazillian State Bahia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paraguacu River"
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