Tracunhaém River

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Tracunhaém River
Tracunhaém River is located in Brazil
Tracunhaém River
Native name Rio Tracunhaém
Country Brazil
Basin features
Main source Pernambuco state
River mouth Pontinhas, Pitimbu, Paraíba
7°33′00″S 34°50′00″W / 7.549863°S 34.833438°W / -7.549863; -34.833438Coordinates: 7°33′00″S 34°50′00″W / 7.549863°S 34.833438°W / -7.549863; -34.833438

The Tracunhaém River is a river of Pernambuco state in eastern Brazil.

Its estuary on the Atlantic ocean lies in the 6,677 hectares (16,500 acres) Acaú-Goiana Extractive Reserve, a sustainable use conservation unit created in 2007.[1]

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  1. ^ RESEX Acaú-Goiana (in Portuguese), ISA: Instituto Socioambiental, retrieved 2016-06-06