|Elevation||2,959 m (9,708 ft)|
|State/Province||Sakha Republic/Khabarovsk Krai|
Suntar-Khayata Range is a watershed divide between the Aldan River, which eventually flows into the Lena River and the Arctic Ocean, and the Sea of Okhotsk. It contains the southernmost glaciers in the Russian Far East outside of Kamchatka, though its status is not known.
Indeterminate Carnosauria remains, possible indeterminate coelurosaur remains, indeterminate Sauropoda remains that had been previously referred to Camarasauridae indet, and indeterminate Theropoda remains have all been recovered from Suntar outcrops in Sakha Republic, Russia.
|Dinosaurs of the Suntar Series|
cf. Stegosaurus sp.
Sakha Republic, Russia.
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