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LIMPOPO RIVER

Limpopo River is one of the rivers which are found in the interior of Africa. The river is the second largest river in South Africa and it is about 1,600 km long. Limpopo River flow through Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Mozambique where it empties into the Indian Ocean. It also acts as a boarder which separates South Africa from Zimbabwe on the North for 240 km and South Africa from Botswana on the Northeast for 400 km. Limpopo River gets most of its water from the Olifants River. The water from Limpopo River is used to supply the nearby villages with water. The water in the river flows very slowly [3].

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LIMPOPO RIVER: IMAGE 1

This image of the Limpopo River was taken looking towards the North. The image was viewed using 2-D dimension. Its Co-ordinates are 25º11'50.57" S 28º08'27.48" E

LIMPOPO RIVER: IMAGE 2

This image of the Limpopo River was taken looking towards the North. The image was viewed using 2-D dimension but zoomed in. Its Co-ordinates are 25º09'56.97" S 28º06'22.26" E

LIMPOPO RIVER: IMAGE 3

This image of the Limpopo River was taken looking towards the North. The image was viewed using 2-D dimension but zoomed in. Its Co-ordinates are 25º09'56.95" S 28º06'22.26" E

LIMPOPO RIVER: IMAGE 4

This image of the Limpopo River was taken looking towards the North-west. The image was viewed using 3-D dimension but zoomed in. Its Co-ordinates are 25º10'04.82" S 28º05'52.62" E