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Lokumete, Democratic Republic of Congo - August 30, 2013:Three young children are playing in a typical dugout canoue (Pirogue) which is lying on the shoreline of the Congo River, in the background a typical stilt hut in the middle of the rainforest.
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Three young children are playing in a typical dugout canoue (Pirogue) which is lying on the shoreline of the Congo River, in the background a typical stilt hut.

The Congo River (formerly known also as Zaire river) is the second longest river in Africa (the Nile is the longest) and the ninth longest river in the world. It also is the the deepest river in the world. It reaches depths of over 750 feet (230 meters). The Congo is the main transportation source in Central Africa. The river along with all the streams that lead into it provide over nine thousand miles (14,500 kilometers) of navigable shipping routes in Central Africa. A tremendous amount of goods are transported on the river every day.

Location: Lokumete village, Equateur province, Democratic Republic of Congo

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