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.
Orinoco , river of Venezuela, estimated to be from 1500 to 1700 mi ...
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Most of the important rivers in Venezuela are tributaries of the Orinoco. The
largest tributaries are the ...
Both Amazon and Orinoco river basins have no match in South America, and
scarcely in ... In fact, the name of the country itself: Venezuela is named after that.
The Orinoco river system is one of the largest in South America, originating along
the southern borders of Venezuela and Brazil, in the state of Amazonas.
Home to anacondas, the Orinoco river slithers through Venezuela, sustaining an
amazing array of creatures, including the world's largest rodent.
The Orinoco River is located in South America and flows through Venezuela and
Colombia. The river ... What are some interesting facts about estuaries? Q: ...
Apr 20, 1998 ... Venezuela in South America is home to the Orinoco River. The river starts high in
the mountains of central Venezuela, and by the time it ...
Photographs and information from ARKive on this species only found in the lower
reaches of the Orinoco River in Venezuela and Colombia.
The Llanos, located in the Orinoco River Basin that runs between Colombia and
... In fact, at least 62 of the bird species reported for Orinoco region are ...