Tumanskaya River

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The Tumanskaya River is a stream in Far East Siberia. It flows through a region of wetlands and tundra into the Bering Sea at the Anadyr Bay.

The Tumanskaya River and its tributaries belong to the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug administrative region of Russia.

Latitude: 64° N, Longitude: 177° 30' E

The sockeye salmon is common in its waters. Belugas are common in the Tumanskaya Lagoon.

There is a small populated place in the area close to its mouth also called Tumanskaya.

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