Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Orinoco River

Arising in the Parima mountains, the Orinoco River is a 1,500-mile long river that flows across Venezuela and into the Atlantic Ocean. Its main tributaries are Apure, Arauca, Atabaupa, Cauro, etc. Among the fish living in its waters is piranha. Crocodiles are also found in the Orinoco river.