Surf the Amazon River's famous pororoca tidal bore this month and next
Each year in February and March adventurous surfers gather in Sao Domingos do Capim, Brazil, for a chance to ride up the Amazon River on one of the most intense tidal bores in the world. Known as poro...
Tirepón-tepui
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Tropical Andes
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Churí-tepui
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Sao Francisco Craton
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Andes to Amazon
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Andes to Amazon - Wikipedia
List of earthquakes in Peru
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List of earthquakes in Peru - Wikipedia
Lake Ballivián
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List of earthquakes in Chile
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List of earthquakes in Chile - Wikipedia
Central American Seaway
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Central American Seaway - Wikipedia
Surf the Amazon River's famous pororoca tidal bore this month and next
Each year in February and March adventurous surfers gather in Sao Domingos do Capim, Brazil, for a chance to ride up the Amazon River on one of the most intense tidal bores in the world. Known as poro...