Rio Colorado measures 1.114 km. Its sources are on the eastern slopes of the Andes in the same latitude as the Chilean volcano Tinguiririca. The river has usually been described as formed by the confluence of the Grande and the Barrancas. It's main tributary is Río Desaguadero.
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