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Sechín River in Peru, Ancash Region remains dry for long seasons, increasing its volume at times of rain in the mountain range. It is of irregular regime, due to this is known as Loco River. It rises at an altitude of 4385 m.s.n.m. in Cordillera Negra and it ends at the Casma River.
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