The Pocomoke River in Maryland, according to Doug Levin, director of the Earth Mapping Laboratory at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. The Pocomoke is 25 feet deep for most of its length, which makes it the second deepest river in the world after the Nile. However, the deepest point in any American stream of continuously moving river is in the Patuxent River (also in Maryland). The river’s deepest point is 130 feet (40 m) below sea level.
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