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|Main source||South Sikhote-Alin
760 m (2,490 ft)
|River mouth||Ussuri Bay
0 m (0 ft)
|Basin size||714 km2 (276 sq mi)|
|Length||59 km (37 mi)|
It is 59 kilometers (37 mi) long, with the drainage basin area of 714 square kilometers (276 sq mi). It rises in the south of the Sikhote-Alin range (Bolshoy Vorobey Range) and flows into the Ussuri Bay of the Sea of Japan near the urban-type settlement of Shkotovo.
It was named after Nikolay Shkot in 1972. The former name of river was Kimukhe (Qimu River).
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