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This article is about a river in Austria. It is not to be confused with the Agger, a river in Germany.
The Ager emerged towards the end of the Würm glaciation, when the mighty glaciers began to melt.
Influx into the Ager:
- The Vöckla flows into the Ager by Vöcklabruck
- The Aurach River flows into the Ager by Wankham
- The Redlbach flows into the Ager shortly before Schwanenstadt
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