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The Mazaruni River is another tributary of the Essequibo River. Originating in the far-reaching forests of the Pakaraima Mountains and the Roraima plateau, it eventually meets the Cuyuni River near Bartica. Apart from being a rich source of alluvial gold, the river is home to a number of fish species. black electric eels (numfish), piry (piranha), haimara, baiara and lau-lau fish are abundantly found in these waters, along with Anacondas.

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