Brazil, Scientists claim river exists 13,000 feet below the Amazon River

Posted on August 28, 2011 • Filed under: Brazil, Enviromental Issues, Weather/Climate

Brazilian scientists uncovered evidence of the existence of an underground river that runs beneath the Amazon River to 4000 meters deep, said the newspaper “O Estado de Sao Paulo”.
According to experts of the National Observatory (ON), the river would be 6 000 km long and run from west to east, in the same direction of the Amazon River (6992 km), born in Peru and ends in the Brazilian state of Amazonas. According to the study, the river Hamza has between 200 and 400 meters wide and a flow estimated at 3 cubic meters per second. [ ] Read Article

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