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    Mamoré River

    Mamoré River

    River in South America

    • Desc: The Mamoré is a large river in Bolivia and Brazil which unites with the Beni to form the Madeira, one of the largest tributaries of the Amazon.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mamor%C3%A9_River
    • Type: Thing, RiverBodyOfWater, Place, BodyOfWater
    • Result Score: 1125.91
    Madeira River

    Madeira River

    Waterway in South America

    • Desc: The Madeira River is a major waterway in South America, approximately 3,250 km long. The Madeira is the biggest tributary of the Amazon, accounting for about 15% of the water in the basin.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madeira_River
    • Type: BodyOfWater, RiverBodyOfWater, Thing, Place
    • Result Score: 0.47
    Bolivian river dolphin

    Bolivian river dolphin

    Animal

    Ichilo River

    Ichilo River

    River in Bolivia

    • Desc: Ichilo River is a Bolivian river at the foot of the Eastern Andes-Cordillera in South America. It lends its name to the Ichilo Province, one of the 15 provinces of the Santa Cruz Department of Bolivia.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ichilo_River
    • Type: Thing, RiverBodyOfWater, Place, BodyOfWater
    • Result Score: 0.05

    San Pedro River

    River in Bolivia

    Yapacaní River

    Yapacaní River

    River in Bolivia

    • Desc: The Yapacaní River is a river of Bolivia, part of the Amazon River basin. The 335 kilometres river is a tributary of the Rio Grande. The river runs northwards through the Santa Cruz Department and joins the Mamoré River.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yapacan%C3%AD_River
    • Type: Thing, RiverBodyOfWater, Place, BodyOfWater
    • Result Score: 0.03
    Pacaás Novos River

    Pacaás Novos River

    River in Brazil

    • Desc: The Pacaás Novos River is a river of Rondônia state in western Brazil. It is a tributary of the Mamoré River, which it joins from the right just above Guajará-Mirim.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paca%C3%A1s_Novos_River
    • Type: BodyOfWater, RiverBodyOfWater, Thing, Place
    • Result Score: 0.02
    Chimoré River

    Chimoré River

    River in Bolivia

    Porto Velho

    Porto Velho

    City in Brazil

    Isiboro River

    River in Bolivia

    Sécure River

    River in Bolivia

    Bolivian ram

    Bolivian ram

    Fish

    Mesonauta festivus

    Mesonauta festivus

    Fish

    • Desc: Mesonauta festivus, the flag cichlid, is a species of cichlid native to the Paraná, Paraguay, Madre de Dios, Guaporé, Mamoré, Jamari and Tapajós river basins in Brazil, Peru, Paraguay and Bolivia.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mesonauta_festivus
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.01
    Guayaramerín

    Guayaramerín

    City in Bolivia

    • Desc: Guayaramerín is a city within the Bolivian Beni Department. It is the capital of the Guayaramerín Municipality in the Vaca Díez Province. Guayaramerín is located on the west side of the Mamoré River, facing the Brazilian city of Guajará-Mirim. It is a port in which there is a permanent port of the Bolivian Navy. Guayaramerín Airport is south of the city, and is served by three local airlines: AeroCon Ecojet, TAM and Amaszonas. Facing the city there is the small island of Suárez, or Guajará-Mirim as it is called by the Brazilian government. The island is disputed by both countries, and treaties in 1867, 1877 and 1958 have failed to clear the matter. There is a Brazilian vice-consulate in the city.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guayaramer%C3%ADn
    • Type: City, Place, Thing
    • Result Score: 0.01
    San Matéo River

    San Matéo River

    River in Bolivia

    • Desc: San Matéo is a Bolivian river in the Cochabamba Department, Tiraque Province and in the Chapare Province, Villa Tunari Municipality. It belongs to the Amazon River watershed. San Matéo River flows to Villa Tunari in a northeasterly direction.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Mat%C3%A9o_River
    • Type: Thing, RiverBodyOfWater, Place, BodyOfWater
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Chipiriri River

    River in Bolivia

    Paragúa River

    River in South America

    Apere River

    River

    • Desc: The Apere River is a river of Bolivia. It is a tributary of the Mamoré River, in the Department of Beni.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apere_River
    • Type: BodyOfWater, RiverBodyOfWater, Thing, Place
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Arque River

    River

    • Desc: Arque River is one of the headwaters of Río Grande and Mamoré River in Bolivia. Arque River has its source in the Kimsa Cruz mountain range on the western slope of the mountain Waylluma at 17°41′0″S 66°43′30″W, 50 km northeast of the mining city Oruro and 65 km southwest of Cochabamba.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arque_River
    • Type: Place, Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Quizer River

    Quizer River

    River

    Forte Príncipe da Beira

    Forte Príncipe da Beira

    Tourist attraction in Brazil

    Trinidad

    Trinidad

    City in Bolivia

    • Desc: Trinidad, officially La Santísima Trinidad, is a city in Bolivia, capital of the department of Beni. The population is 130,000. The city was founded in 1686 by Father Cipriano Barace. In 1769 the town moved to its current location, 9 miles away, due to flooding. The original city was on the Mamoré River, but flooding and disease forced a move on the location of the city. It is located in the province of Cercado, one of Beni’s eight provinces. Sited on the southern edge of the Amazon basin on the Llanos de Moxos/Mojos, the climate is hot and humid at all times. One of the more notable features of the city is the open drains that surrounds every block of buildings. These are linked together by lidded ditches and thence to the local river. These are necessary due to the heavy rainfall that occurs between December and May. Trinidad, located in the Bolivian tropics, is hot and humid most of the year. This region of the country is heavily forested and many large rivers run through Beni. Like most cities in Bolivia, it is built around a central plaza with a large Catholic cathedral as its centerpiece.
    • URL: http://www.boliviabeni.com
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinidad,_Bolivia
    • Type: Place, Thing, City, AdministrativeArea
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Moxo

    Moxo

    People

    • Desc: The Mojeños, also known as Moxeños, Moxos, or Mojos, are an indigenous people of Bolivia. They lived in south central Beni Department, on both banks of the Mamore River, and on the marshy plains to its west, known as the Llanos de Mojos.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moxo
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Wariʼ

    People

    • Desc: The Wariʼ, also known as the Pakaa Nova, are an indigenous people of Brazil, living in seven villages in the Amazon rainforest in the state of Rondônia.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wari%CA%BC
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Planiloricaria

    Fish

    Yuracaré

    People

    • Desc: Yuracaré are South American indigenous people living on 2,500 square kilometres along the Chapare River watershed in Cochabamba Department and Beni Department, in the Bolivian Lowlands of the Amazon Basin.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuracar%C3%A9
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Guayaramerín Airport

    Guayaramerín Airport

    Airport in Guayaramerín, Bolivia

    • Desc: Capitán de Av. Emilio Beltrán Airport is an airport serving the Mamoré River town of Guayaramerín in the Beni Department of Bolivia. The airport is 5 kilometres south of Guayaramerín and replaces the former airport near the river.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guayaramer%C3%ADn_Airport
    • Type: Airport, Place, Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Itonama language

    Spoken language

    • Desc: Itonama is a moribund language isolate spoken by the Itonama people in the Amazonian lowlands of north-eastern Bolivia. Greenberg’s classification of Itonama as Paezan, a sub-branch of Macro-Chibchan, remains unsupported and Itonama continues to be considered an isolate or unclassified language.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itonama_language
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Cayuvava language

    Human language

    • Desc: Cayubaba is a moribund language of the Bolivian Amazon. The descendants of the Cayubaba people inhabit the Beni region to the west of the Mamoré River, North of the Santa Ana Yacuma, with a population of 794 inhabitants.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cayuvava_language
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Canichana language

    Canichana language

    Spoken language

    • Desc: Canichana, or Canesi, Joaquiniano, is a possible language isolate of Bolivia. In 1991 there were 500 Canichana people, but only 20 spoke the Canichana language; by 2000 the ethnic population was 583, but the language was extinct.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canichana_language
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00
    Pristimantis fenestratus

    Pristimantis fenestratus

    Amphibians

    • Desc: Pristimantis fenestratus is a species of frog in the family Craugastoridae. It is found in the Amazon Basin of eastern Peru, northeastern Bolivia, southeastern Ecuador, southeastern Colombia, and Brazil.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pristimantis_fenestratus
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00
    El Rancho Airport

    El Rancho Airport

    Airstrip

    Chakobo language

    Spoken language

    • Desc: Chácobo-Pakawara is a Panoan language spoken by about 550 of 860 ethnic tribal Chácobo people of the Beni Department of northwest of Magdalena, Bolivia, and 17 of 50 Pakawara.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chakobo_language
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00

    Río Blanco (Bolivia)

    River in Bolivia

    Pseudohemiodon thorectes

    Fish

    • Desc: Pseudohemiodon thorectes is a species of armored catfish endemic to Bolivia where it is found in the Mamoré River basin. This species grows to a length of 11.7 centimetres SL.
    • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudohemiodon_thorectes
    • Type: Thing
    • Result Score: 0.00
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