Talk:Muksu River

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Balandkriik / Tributaries[edit]

"Also at Altyn Mazar, the river splits, with the southern branch apparently called the Balandkriik River."
There isn't anything to see on soviet military topo map or in Google earth. Does it really exist?
The tributaries of Muksu river should be added:
Seldara from left / south
Sauksai from right /east
Please do it in correct english.
source: Sowjetische Generalstabskarte http://maps.vlasenko.net/. Thanks --Frze (talk) 22:13, 12 July 2011 (UTC)

Fixed. Your source is clearly better than mine and matches the French and Russian wikis. Several places on the web give Balandkiik (my spelling error) as the outflow of the Fedchenko Glacier. It seems to be a tributary of the Seldara but I can't find a map to prove it.Benjamin Trovato (talk) 01:39, 15 July 2011 (UTC)