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1. The Puerto Princessa Subterranean River ( Palawan, Philippines)

An underground river

filled with marine life

cave home of bats

naturally adorned with stalactites and stalagmites

a river that flows to the sea

found within St. Paul Mountain Range,

a biodiverse forrest

where flora and fauna thrive

One of the many beautiful places on Earth

that 252 bird species call home

2. Mississippi River

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I learned about Mississipi river through Mark Twain.

"The fabric of America truly is woven from the common thread of the Mississippi River. It’s the backdrop for countless American stories and serves as a constant muse for artists and musicians from Minneapolis through St. Louis to the Louisiana Delta. The river is a cultural treasure for the nation."

3. Two of the longest Rivers in the World: The River Nile and Amazon River

The Nile river is a major north-flowing river in northeastern Africa. It flows into the Mediterranean Sea.

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The Amazon River in South America is the largest river by discharge volume of water in the world,

The Amazon river in Brazil. Photo credit: worldclassphoto/

"The Amazon Basin supports the world’s largest rainforest, which accounts for more than half the total volume of rainforests in the world."

4. Zambezi, River of Life

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Copyright: Pawel Gaul

The Zambezi River is Southern Africa’s “River of Life.” and its most special feature is Victoria falls, the world's largest waterfalls

5. Futaleufú River

"located in northern Patagonia, is one of the premier whitewater rivers in the world. The name Futaleufú is an indigenous Mapuche word meaning "Big River.” Locals refer to the valley as "un paisaje pintado por Dios"—a landscape painted by God." source:

6. Cano Crystales

The river is also known as The river of 5 colors or the " Liquid Rainbow"

7. Jordan River

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1.Photo by W. Robert Moore - The National Geographic Magazine, Dec. 1938

2.Jordan River, via Flickr(CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

The river flows roughly north to south through the Sea of Galilee and on to the Dead Sea. A place I hope to visit someday.


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