|Primary outflows||Ozhogin River|
|Surface area||157 km2 (61 sq mi)|
|Frozen||September - June|
Lake Ozhogino (Russian: Ожогино) is a large shallow freshwater lake in Sakha, Russia. It has an area of 157 km². It freezes up in late September and stays icebound until June. Ozhogin River (Indigirka's tributary) flows from the lake.
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