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Camesa river
Northern Spain

Partially covered by water lilies, the river flows rather slowly through the meadow south of Mataporquera to its mouth in Pisuerga river.

Inhabited by trout, tench and smaller fish is also home of herons, ducks and other waterfowl.

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