The Ylig River is one of the longest rivers in the United States territory of Guam. Rising close to the west coast some three kilometres north of Apra Heights, it traverses the island, flowing into the sea in the central east coast, south of the town of Yona. The course of this river roughly parallels that of the Pago River, which lies some five kilometres to the north.
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