The River Paraguay (Río Paraguay in Spanish, Rio Paraguai in Portuguese) is a major river in south central South America, running through Brazil and Paraguay and forming a border between Brazil and Bolivia as well as Paraguay and Argentina. It runs over a course of approximately 2,549 kilometers (1,584 miles) from its headwaters in the Brazilian province of Mato Grosso to its confluence with the Parana River north of Corrientes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paraguay River"
The Paraíba do Sul River (Rio Paraíba do Sul) is a river in the south-east of Brazil. It flows 1,120 Km west to northeast from its source at the junction of the Paraitinga and Paraibuna rivers and enters the sea near Campos. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paraíba do Sul River"
The Paraibuna River is a river in Minas Gerais state, Brazil, and a major tributary of the Paraíba do Sul River. It flows through the important commercial and industrial city of Juiz de Fora. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paraibuna River, Minas Gerais"
The Paranaíba River is a Brazilian river whose source lies in the state of Minas Gerais in the Mata da Corda mountains, municipality of Rio Paranaíba, at an altitude of 1,148 meters; on the other face of this mountain chain are the sources of the Abaeté river, tributary of the São Francisco River. The length of the river is approximately 1,070 km up to the junction with the Grande river, both of which then form the Paraná, at the point that marks the borders of the states of São Paulo, Minas Gerais, and Mato Grosso do Sul. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paranaiba River"
Paranapanema River is a river in Brazil that runs through the States of São Paulo and Paraná. It runs for 930 km and is claimed to be the largest non-polluted river in Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paranapanema River"
The Parnaiba River is a river in Brazil, forming the border between the States of Maranhão and Piauí. The river delta, Delta do Parnaiba, is in Piauí and is the third largest river delta in the world. ...more on Wikipedia about "Parnaiba River"
The Pelotas Rivers is a river in southern Brazil, and a tributary of the Uruguay River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pelotas River"
The Purus is a river in South America. ...more on Wikipedia about "Purus"
Rio Negro ( Portuguese: Rio Negro, Spanish: Río Negro), the largest left tributary of the Amazon and the largest blackwater river in the world, has its sources along the watershed between the Orinoco and the Amazon basins, and also connects with the Orinoco by way of the Casiquiare canal. Its main affluent is Vaupés, which disputes with the headwaters of the Guaviare branch of the Orinoco the drainage of the eastern slope of the Andes of Colombia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rio Negro"
The Roosevelt River (Rio Roosevelt, sometimes Rio Teodoro) is a Brazilian river. It begins in the state of Rondonia and winds for about 400 miles (640 km) until it junctures with the Aripuana River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Roosevelt River"
The São Francisco River is a river in Brazil with a length of 3,160 kilometres. It is the fourth largest river system in South America and the longest river wholly within Brazil. It begins in the state of Minas Gerais. It runs generally north behind the coastal range draining an area of over 630,000 square kilometers before turning east to form the border between the state of Bahia and the states of Pernambuco and Alagoas before entering the Atlantic between the states of Alagoas and Sergipe. ...more on Wikipedia about "São Francisco River"
The Tapajós, a Brazilian river running through a humid, hot and unhealthy valley, pours into the Amazon River 500 miles above Pará and is about 1200 miles long. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tapajós"
The Tocantins is a river, the central fluvial artery of Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tocantins River"
The Trombetas is the first river of importance we meet on the northern side as we ascend the Amazon River. Its confluence with this is just above the town of Obidos. It has its sources in the Guiana highlands, but its long course is frequently interrupted by violent currents, rocky barriers, and rapids. The inferior zone of the river, as far up as the first fall, the Porteira, has but little broken water and is low and swampy; but above the long series of cataracts and rapids the character and aspect of the valley completely change, and the climate is much better. The river is navigable for 135 miles above its mouth. ...more on Wikipedia about "Trombetas"
The Uruguay River (in Spanish, Río Uruguay, pronounced [uɾuˈɣwaj]) is a river in South America. It flows from north to south and makes boundary with Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay (separating some of the Argentine provinces of the Mesopotamia from the other two countries). ...more on Wikipedia about "Uruguay River"
The Xingu River in Brazil is a tributary of the Amazon River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Xingu River"
The Yapura River is a tributary of the Amazon River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yapura"
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