What is the world's deepest river?

Amazon River
Danube
Congo
Yangtze
Congo is the deepest river in the world, reaching 250 meters of depth in the deepest trench. It is followed by Yangtze (200m) and Danube (178m). The maximum depth of the Amazon River is 80m.

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Amazon River
Danube
Congo
Yangtze
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flagSweden
11%
5%
61%
22%
18
flagAustria
23%
0%
58%
17%
17
flagItaly
2%
8%
54%
35%
37
flagRussia
23%
7%
53%
15%
13
flagRepublic of Ireland
9%
9%
51%
27%
33
flagUkraine
36%
0%
50%
13%
22
flagGermany
15%
10%
48%
24%
162
flagPoland
21%
10%
46%
21%
9080
flagthe Netherlands
14%
14%
46%
25%
28
flagIndia
26%
15%
46%
7%
26
flagthe United Arab Emirates
26%
20%
46%
6%
15
flagSpain
36%
6%
45%
9%
33
flagUnknown
26%
7%
44%
21%
56
flagCanada
30%
4%
44%
20%
43
flagNorway
31%
0%
42%
26%
19
flagthe United States
35%
10%
40%
13%
320
flagDenmark
31%
9%
40%
18%
22
flagthe United Kingdom
21%
14%
39%
24%
328
flagAustralia
18%
9%
31%
40%
22
flagFrance
19%
14%
28%
38%
21

Gender

men48%
women41%
Amazon River
18%
24%
Danube
10%
11%
Congo
48%
41%
Yangtze
22%
21%

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