Kotuy River

Kotuy River

The Kotuy River ( _ru. Котуй) is a river in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia. It is one of the two rivers that form the Khatanga River; the other one being the Kheta River.

The Kotuy River is 1,409 km long; the area of its basin is 176,000 km². It freezes up in the late September–early October and breaks up in the late May–early June. Its main tributaries are the Moyero, the Kotuykan, the Eriyechka, the Changada, and the Tukalan.

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