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Jacaré Guaçu River

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Native name  Rio Jacaré-Guaçu
Basin size  4161
Source  São Paulo
River system  Tietê River
State  São Paulo
Waterbodies  Santana Dam
Country  Brazil

The Jacaré-Guaçu River is a river of São Paulo state in southeastern Brazil. It flows into the Tietê River near Ibitinga.

Map of Rio Jacar%C3%A9-gua%C3%A7u, State of S%C3%A3o Paulo, Brazil

The river separates the municipalities of Brotas and São Carlos. The Santana Dam creates a reservoir on the river covering 74.80 hectares (184.8 acres). The Mata do Jacaré Ecological Station lies along the south shore of the reservoir.

References

Jacaré-Guaçu River Wikipedia


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