Rio del Rey

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The Rio del Rey (also called Rio del Ray) is a drainage basin/watershed/estuary located in West Africa within Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon.[1] It is located in the eastern area of the Niger River system.[1] The Cameroon volcanic line separates Rio Del Rey from the Douala basin.[1] Rio del Rey has been described as an estuary in which "the two rivers N'dian and Massake flow out".[2]

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