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Desaguadero River (Bolivia)

The Desaguadero River in Peru and Bolivia is the river that drains Lake Titicaca. It exits the lake at the southern part of the river basin, it flows south and drains approximately five percent of the lake's flood waters into Lake Uru Uru and Lake Poopo.

It is navigable only by small craft and supports indigenous communities such as the Uru Muratos.

See also

Desaguadero River from Argentina.

External links

Management issues in the Lake Titicaca and Lake Poopo system: Importance of developing a water budget

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