What 3 rivers form the largest river system in Latin America?

The four largest drainage systems—the Amazon, Río de la Plata (Paraguay, Paraná, and Uruguay rivers), Orinoco, and São Francisco—cover about two-thirds of the continent. By far the largest system is formed by the Amazon River, which stretches some 4,000 miles (6,400 km) across equatorial South America.

What is the second largest river system in Latin America?

The Paraná river system is the second longest river system in South America at 4,880 kilometers, after the mighty Amazon river. The Paraná river flows south-westerly through Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina, before discharging onto Río de la Plata.

What are 5 rivers?

And by the way, what are the five rivers your facility is named after? Great question! They are the Mobile, Spanish, Tensaw, Apalachee and Blakeley Rivers. These are the five rivers that many of the state’s rivers converge into before the water flows into Mobile Bay.

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