Tocantins–Araguaia from Rivers of the World dataset
Source dataset: Rivers of the World dataset, curated by  simple john

  About Tocantins–Araguaia

Tocantins–Araguaia is the 3rd longest river in South America at 3,650 kilometers (2,268 miles).

The Tocantins–Araguaia river system stretches a combined 3,650 kilometers (2,268 miles); it is the third longest river system in South America and the longest river that is wholly located in Brazil. The river basin has a vibrant aqua-fauna ecosystem, including large mammals like the Amazonian manatee, Araguaian river dolphin and reptiles such as the black caiman, spectacled caiman and yellow-spotted river turtle.

Draining from a basin that is 950,000 square kilometers wide, the river discharges at a rate of 13,598 cubic meters per second.


  Data: Tocantins–Araguaia 

Rivers of the World dataset

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