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The Pánuco River is a Mexican river on the Gulf of Mexico side, which originates from the Mexican plateau and is part of the hydrological system known as Tula-Moctezuma-Pánuco. Pánuco is the name it receives in its lower reaches, from Veracruz and Tamaulipas, where it eventually ends near the city of Tampico. It is one of the largest rivers in the country and receives the waters of numerous tributaries, including the Tamesí River. The flow of the Panuco river is 500,000 l / s. It has an approximate length of 120 km (although the complete system, including the Moctezuma and Tula rivers, reaches 510 km). It is inadvertently in most of its course and is also one of the most polluted watersheds in Mexico, due to the industrial and oil activity taking place along its banks. From the year 1607 in the Tula river the Mexico basin from the Tajo de Nochistongo, of the drainage system of the valley of Mexico ends.

The most distant source of the Pánuco is the river Tepeji or San Jerónimo, which is born on the hill of La Bufa, in the state of Mexico, at an altitude of about 3.800 m. Then the river Tula is called, up to its confluence with the river San Juan, in the Zimapán dam which is renamed Moctezuma River. When he comes together to the Tampaón, he passes nominally to be known as Pánuco.

Its main tributaries are the San Juan, Extóraz, Amajac, Tempoal and Tampaón (in the upper reaches) and Tamesi rivers.

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