Araguari River (Amapá)
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Araguari River is the primary river of Amapá state in north-eastern Brazil. It became famous among surfers when some decided to ride its constant tidal bore, characterizing waves that can last for several minutes.
- Figure 5 in: Susan Bartsch-Winkler; David K. Lynch (1988), Catalog of worldwide tidal bore occurrences and characteristics (Circular 1022), U. S. Geological Survey
- Surfers Village "Big-Wave Tow-in surfers on mile-long Pororoca wave"
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