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|Surface area||249 km2 (96 sq mi)|
Lake Bustakh (Russian: Бустах) is a large freshwater lake in Sakha, Russia. It has an area of 249 km² and lies close to the Laptev Sea. It freezes up in late September and stays icebound until June. Lake Bustakh is rich in fish.
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