Brazil has a dense and complex river system, one of the most extensive in the world, with eight major drainage basins flowing into the Atlantic.

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The main rivers are the Amazon River, the second longest (according to some, the longest in the world) and the largest in terms of water volume, Paran√° and its main tributary, the Iguacu (including Iguazu Falls), Rio Negro, Sao Francisco, Xingu, Madeira, and Tapajos.