[awr-uh-noh-koh, ohr-; Spanish aw-ree-naw-kaw]
a river in N South America, flowing N from the border of Brazil, along the E border of Colombia, and NE through Venezuela to the Atlantic. 1600 miles (2575 km) long.
Orinoco - Wikipedia
The Orinoco is one of the longest rivers in South America at 2,140 kilometres (
1,330 mi). Its drainage basin, sometimes called the Orinoquia, covers 880,000 ... More »
Oct 6, 2009 ... Orinoco River, Spanish Río Orinoco, major river of South America that flows in a
giant arc for some 1,700 miles (2,740 km) from its source in the ...
Oct 4, 2016 ... The Orinoco River region is home to over one thousand species of birds, ... Its
present-day range is restricted to the Orinoco River Basin.
Home to anacondas, the Orinoco river slithers through Venezuela, sustaining an
amazing array of creatures, including the world's largest rodent.
Flowing in a giant arc from Colombia and Venezuela all the way to the Atlantic
Ocean, the Orinoco is one of the longest rivers in South America, its basin and ...
The Orinoco River is one of South America's longest rivers flowing 1330 miles
through Venezuela and Columbia and finally emptying into the Atlantic Ocean.
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The Orinoco River is located in South America and flows through Venezuela and
Colombia. The river empties into the Atlantic Ocean at Delta Amacuro on the ...