Río Negro (Los Lagos)

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Río Negro
Country Chile
Physical characteristics
Main source Coastal Precordillera
River mouth Rahue River, Chile
26 m (85 ft)
40°37′42″S 73°11′16″W / 40.62833°S 73.18778°W / -40.62833; -73.18778Coordinates: 40°37′42″S 73°11′16″W / 40.62833°S 73.18778°W / -40.62833; -73.18778

The Río Negro (Spanish for "black river") is one of the principal tributaries of the Rahue River in southern Chile. It runs from south to north draining part of the eastern slopes of Cordillera Pelada. The commune of Río Negro derives its name from the river.