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Thanlwin River, Myanmar - October 28, 2011: A man leads an ox by a rope on the banks of the Thanlwin River between the towns of Mawlamyine and Hpa-An. The 2,044-mile long river begins in the Tibetan Plateau and is generally known as the Salween River, with different names as it passes through different regions. Only the last 56 miles are navigable.
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Thanlwin River, Myanmar - October 28, 2011: A man leads an ox by a rope on the banks of the Thanlwin River between the towns of Mawlamyine and Hpa-An. The 2,044-mile long river begins in the Tibetan Plateau and is generally known as the Salween River, with different names as it passes through different regions. Only the last 56 miles are navigable.