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|Native name||Río Cutipay|
|Main source||Cordillera de Mahuidanchi|
|River mouth||Valdivia River
around 0–5 metres (0–16 ft) depending on tide
Cutipay River is a river in Valdivia municipality, southern Chile. Cutipay is often referred as an inlet of Valdivia River rather than a river. The water flow in Cutapay changes twice a day due the tide that affects Valdivia River.
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