Churun River

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The Churun River (Spanish: Río Churún) is a river in Venezuela, part of the Orinoco River basin. It is located around 6°04′00″N 62°36′00″W / 6.0666667°N 62.6°W / 6.0666667; -62.6, in Canaima National Park and a tributary comes from the Angel Falls, which are the world's tallest single drop waterfall. Its origin is in Canaima National Park, and its mouth is the Carrao River.[1]