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Patuca River
The Rio Patuca is the second largest river in Central America. It crosses the Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along its banks, in the heart of the Mosquitia live the Tawahkas and Miskitos Indians. For these two communities, the Patuca River is their main road: their only communication route in this tropical forest. It also represents an important food resource for these two populations of fishermen.
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