Selennyakh River

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Indigirka Basin
Basin features
River mouth Indigirka River
Basin size 30,800 km2 (11,900 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 796 km (495 mi)

The Selennyakh (Russian: Селеннях) is a river in Sakha Republic, Russia. It is a left tributary of the Indigirka River.

The length of the river is 796 kilometres (495 mi). The area of its drainage basin is 30,800 square kilometres (11,900 sq mi). It originates in the north-west of the Chersky Range. The river flows through the Momo-Selennyakh depression and Abyisky lowland. The average annual water consumption - in the mouth - is 180 cubic metres per second (6,400 cu ft/s).

According to the State Water Register of Russia, it is a part of the Lena basin district.

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Coordinates: 67°50′41″N 144°54′51″E / 67.8447°N 144.9142°E / 67.8447; 144.9142