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Serpentine River (New Zealand)

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Serpentine River (New Zealand)

The Serpentine River is a minor river on the north western flanks of the Richmond Range in the South Island of New Zealand.

It passes through a plantation forest near the town of Richmond before emptying into Tasman Bay.

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