San Pedro River (Guatemala)
|San Pedro River/Río San Pedro|
San Pedro River, at El Naranjo, Petén
|Origin||Guatemala (El Petén)|
|Mouth||Tributary of the Usumacinta river|
|Basin countries||Guatemala, Mexico|
|Length||186 km (116 mi) (in Guatemala)|
|Source elevation||200 m (660 ft)|
|Avg. discharge||52.9 m3/s (1,870 cu ft/s) (at San Pedro Mactún)|
The Río San Pedro is a river of Guatemala and Mexico. Its sources are located in the Guatemalan department of El Petén. at . The river flows westwards until it reaches the Mexican border and crosses into the state of Tabasco at Coordinates: . From there it continues northwest and joins the Usumacinta River. The Guatemalan part of the San Pedro river basin covers an area of 14,335 square kilometres (5,535 sq mi).
- INSIVUMEH. "Principales ríos de Guatemala". Retrieved 2008.
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