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Land and Resources, Rivers and Lakes

central Cuba, Sagua, Cauto, short stretches, waterfalls

Of Cubaís 200 rivers, only 2 are navigable. The Cauto, located in the southeast and 240 km (150 mi) long, provides only 120 km (75 mi) of transport waterway. The Sagua la Grande, in central Cuba, is large enough to provide hydroelectric power and is navigable for short stretches. Several waterfalls throughout the island provide small amounts of hydroelectric power. The rest of the rivers are small and shallow, but several are internationally known for their trophy-sized fish.



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