Bío Bío River

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Biobío River
Mapa río Biobío.png
Main sourceGalletué Lake
1,160 m (3,810 ft)[1]
River moothGulf o Arauco, Paceefic Ocean
Basin size24,264 km2 (9,368 sq mi)[1]
Pheesical chairacteristics
Lenth380 km (240 mi)[1]
  • Average rate:
    899 m3/s (31,700 cu ft/s)

The Biobío River (forby kent as Bío Bío[2] or Bio-Bio[3][4]) is the seicont lairgest river in Chile. It oreeginates frae Icalma an Galletué lochs in the Andes an flows 380 km tae the Gulf o Arauco on the Paceefic Ocean.

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  1. a b c Cuenca del río Biobío
  2. Bío Bío River Archived September 21, 2008, at the Wayback Machine, Encyclopædia Britannica Online
  3. Wikisource-logo.svg Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). "Bio-Bio" . Encyclopædia Britannica. 3 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 952. Cite has empty unkent parameters: |HIDE_PARAMETER15=, |HIDE_PARAMETER13=, |HIDE_PARAMETER14c=, |HIDE_PARAMETER14=, |HIDE_PARAMETER9=, |HIDE_PARAMETER3=, |HIDE_PARAMETER1=, |HIDE_PARAMETER4=, |HIDE_PARAMETER2=, |HIDE_PARAMETER8=, |HIDE_PARAMETER20=, |HIDE_PARAMETER5=, |HIDE_PARAMETER7=, |HIDE_PARAMETER10=, |separator=, |HIDE_PARAMETER14b=, |HIDE_PARAMETER6=, |HIDE_PARAMETER11=, and |HIDE_PARAMETER12= (help)
  4. The Bio-Bio River Case, Chile Archived Mey 13, 2016, at the Wayback Machine, The Inventory of Conflict & Environment (ICE), American University

Coordinates: 36°49′10″S 73°09′52″W / 36.8194°S 73.1644°W / -36.8194; -73.1644