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The following is a list of some of the shortest rivers in the world in terms of distance.
- Ombla, river near Dubrovnik in Croatia, approximately 30 meters long
- Jezernica, the shortest river in Slovenia near Idrija, approximately 55 meters long
- Aril River, shortest river of Italy (near Lago di Garda), 175 meters
- Fiumelatte River, Italy, 250 meters
- Norrström, Sweden, connects Mälaren to the Baltic Sea at the Riksdag building
- Reprua River, Georgia, 27 meters
- Vrelo, Serbia, 365 meters
- Kovasselva, on the island Hitra in Norway, approximately 20 meters long depending on the tide
- Kuokanjoki, shortest river of Finland is 3.5 meters long. It connects lakes Sumiainen and Lake Keitele to each other.
- Roe River, Great Falls, Montana, United States, 61 meters (201 feet)
- Rio Los Patos, Barahona, Dominican Republic, 61 meters
- D River, Oregon, United States, 130 meters
- Chute River, Maine, United States, 320 meters
- Nautley River, British Columbia, Canada, 800 meters
- Link River, Oregon, United States, 1.5 miles (2.4 kilometers)
- Comal River, Texas, United States, 2.5 miles (4 kilometers)
- Dunn's River, Jamaica, 180+ meters.
- Azuis River, Aurora do Tocantins, Tocantins, Brazil, at 147 meters. This river is the shortest river of Brazil.
- Correntoso River, Villa La Angostura, Neuquén, Argentina, at 200–300 meters (depending on the height of the neighbouring lakes Correntoso and Nahuel Huapi). This river is the shortest river of Argentina.
- United States Geological Survey. "United States Geological Survey Topographic Map". TopoQuest. Retrieved April 4, 2011. The maps include river mile (RM) markers for the entire length of the Klamath and Link Rivers. The markers begin at the mouth of the Klamath on the Pacific Ocean, and the Link flows from between markers 255 and 254 to marker 253. The relevant map quadrangle is Klamath Falls.
- "Dunn's River Falls". Wondermondo. Retrieved 19 December 2016.