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The Nyong (formerly German: Yong) originates 40 km (25 mi) east of Abong Mbang, where the northern rain forest feeds it. The river's length is almost parallel to the lower reaches of the Sanaga River. Its mouth is in Petit Batanga, 60 km (40 mi) south-southwest of Edéa. In two places, Mbalmayo and Déhané, the river has huge rapids. The first 300 km (200 mi) of the river, between Abong Mbang and Mbalmayo, are navigable for small boats from April to November.
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