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The River Great Ouse is a river in the east of England. It is 240 km (150 m) long which makes it the major navigation in East Anglia. The lower reaches of the Great Ouse are also known as "Old West River" and "the Ely Ouse". It flows through Sandy[?], St. Neots, Godmanchester[?], Huntingdon, St. Ives, the cathedral city of Ely, Littleport, Downham Market[?] and flows into The Wash at King's Lynn.

The Environment Agency[?] is the navigation authority and it tries to attract more boaters to the river.

Tributaries of the River Great Ouse:

The Ouse Washes are an internationally important area for wildlife.

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