Yangtze River, China: 6,300 km (3,917 miles). The longest river in Asia.
Amazon River, South America: 6,400 km (3,976 miles). Its the second longest river in the world and is by far the largest by water flow.
Ob – Irtysh, Asia: 5,410km (3,364 miles), It flows in the following countries: Russia, Kazakhstan, China, and Mongolia.
Paraná – Río de la Plata, South America: 4,880km (3,030 miles). Flows in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and Uruguay.
Yenisei – Angara – Selenge, Asia: 5,539km (3,445 miles). Flows mainly in Russia (97%) and the rest in Mongolia.
Congo – Chambeshi, Africa: 4,700km (2,922 miles) – The world’s deepest river with measured depths in excess of 220 m (720 ft).
Yellow River, China: 5,464km (3,395 miles) Also known as Huang He, it is the second-longest river in Asia after the Yangtze.
Nile River, North-East Africa: 6,650 km (4,132 miles). Its water resources are shared by eleven countries, namely, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi.