Sundrun River

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Location of the Khroma-Sundrun Interfluvial Area; the Sundrun River is on the right.

The Sundrun River is a river in the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) of the Russian Federation. It crosses the tundra first in a roughly eastern and then, more than halfway through its course, in a northern direction. It flows into the East Siberian Sea at the western end of the Kolyma Bay. The Sundrun River freezes up in early October and remains icebound until June.


The Kytalyk Wetlands, located between the Sundrun and the Khroma River (Khroma-Sundrun Interfluvial Area) is an ecologically important area, providing a favorable habitat for many rare animals. It is practically uninhabited and full of lakes and marshes. Wild reindeer and Siberian cranes are abundant in the Sundrun River wetlands.[1]

The lesser white-fronted goose[2] , Brent goose, Bewick's swan and the spectacled eider are also found in the Khroma-Sundrun Interfluvial Area.[3]


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