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A subterranean river said to be flowing beneath the Amazon region of Brazil is not a river in the conventional sense, even if its existence is confirmed. The "river" has been widely reported, after a study on it was presented to a Brazilian science meeting last week. But the researchers involved told BBC News that water was moving through porous rock at speeds measured in cm, or inches, per year - not flowing.