|River sources||Kolyma River, Rauchua River, Chukochya River|
|Ocean/sea sources||East Siberian Sea|
|Max. width||300 km (190 mi)|
The Kolyma River flows into the sea in the western side of the Kolyma Gulf, forming a huge river delta full of islands. The bay's coastline is lowland dotted with numerous lakes and swamps. The sea in this bay is frozen for over nine months every year and is often clogged with ice floes. Other rivers flowing into the Kolyma Gulf are the Rauchua and the Chukochya River.
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