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The Alamo River is a river flowing west and north from the Mexicali Valley (Baja California) across the Imperial Valley (California). The river drains into the Salton Sea. In most places, the river is a vegetation-choked ravine with a small watercourse at the bottom. Species include monster catfish, tilapia and carp.
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