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Black Dragon River
  National Geographic (February 2000): 1-33

The Chinese call it Heilong Jiang, or Black Dragon River. The Russians-and most Western maps-name it the Amur. For 1,100 miles this frontier river, the world's eighth longest at 2,744 miles, forms a sometimes uneasy border between two world powers. Near the mouth in Russian territory, a fishing boat traffics the wide passage.

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