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Semliki

(sĕm`lĭkē), river, c.130 mi (209 km) long, E Congo (Kinshasa), E central Africa, flowing N from Lake Edward to Lake Albert. It forms part of the Congo-Uganda border.
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The bay, which drained into the Semliki River, was covered in floating grass, elephant buffalo and other herbivores grazed the water being no more than 18 inches deep.
Its main characteristic features are the Congo River and lowland tropical rainforest; (III) The Upper Nile ecoregion, encompassing the tributaries of the White Nile such as the Semliki River and having a subequatorial climate in its southern part (Thieme et al.
Sampling was carried out utilizing sieves and a dredge for collecting at greater depths from boats at Lake Edward and the Semliki River.
(1) Lake Edward and the Semliki River, and (2) the western hillsides of the Rwenzori Mountains (Figs 1, 4B-D).
Additionally, we sampled the Semliki River approximately 6 km downstream but were discouraged by rangers from continuing due to poaching activity in the area (Figs 4C, 4D).