Mutum River (Amapá)

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Mutum River
Mutum River (Amapá) is located in Brazil
Mutum River (Amapá)
Native name Rio Mutum
Country Brazil
Physical characteristics
Main source Amapá state
River mouth Araguari River
1°19′04″N 51°59′22″W / 1.317789°N 51.989536°W / 1.317789; -51.989536Coordinates: 1°19′04″N 51°59′22″W / 1.317789°N 51.989536°W / 1.317789; -51.989536
Basin features
River system Araguari River

The Mutum River (Portuguese: Rio Mutum) is a river of Amapá state in north-eastern Brazil. It is a left tributary of the Araguari River.

The river defines the northern boundary of the 460,353 hectares (1,137,560 acres) Amapá National Forest, a sustainable use conservation unit created in 1989.[1]

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  1. ^ FLONA do Amapá (in Portuguese), ISA: Instituto Socioambiental, retrieved 2016-07-06