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Honduras

The Patuca river
The Patuca is a river in northeastern Honduras, formed southeast of Juticalpa by the merger of the Guayape and Guayambre rivers. It is the second largest river in Central America and the longest river of Honduras, measuring almost 500 kilometres (310 mi) long and draining 23,900 square kilometres (9,200 sq mi).

Aguán River
Azacualpa River
Blanco River
Cangrejal River
Chamelecón River
Choluteca River
Cuero River
Danto River
De la Sonta River
Goascorán River divides El Salvador from Honduras.
Guarajambala River
Guayambre River
Guayape River
Higuito River
Humuya River
Jalan River
Jicatuyo River
Leán River
Lempa River
Mocal River
Motagua River
Nacaome River
Negro River
Otoro River
Pacific Ocean
Papaloteca River
Patuca River is the largest in Honduras and the second largest in Central America.
Paulaya River
Petacon River
Plátano River
Río Gualcarque
Río Sico Tinto Negro
Sico River
Sigre River
Sulaco River
Sumpul River
Talgua River
Tela River
Telica River
Tinto River
Torola River
Ulúa River is the most important river economically
Wampú River
Warunta River
Yaguala River