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|Length||6.4 kilometres (4.0 mi)|
|River system||Amazon River|
The Shanay-Timpishka, also known as La Bomba, is a tributary of the Amazon River, called the "only boiling river in the world". It is 6.4 km long. It is known for the very high temperature of its waters—from 45°C to nearly 100°C. The name means 'boiled by the heat of the sun', though the source of the heat is likely geothermal.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Andrés Ruzo, The Boiling River: Adventure and Discovery in the Amazon, passim
- Collazos Cueto, Victoria Gisel, Falco Flor, Fernando Saúl, "Mayantuyacu, destino místico", Thesis, Universidad Tecnológica del Perú, 10 February 2018 
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