Western Tributary of Tana Glacier
|Length||17 miles (27 km)|
Tana Glacier is a 17-mile-long (27 km) glacier in the U.S. state of Alaska. It begins at Bagley Icefield and flows northwest to its 1950 terminus near the head of the Tana River. Its name, of Alaska Native origin, was first recorded by prospectors in 1900. The warmest month is August, at -2 ° C, and the coldest month is January, at -20 ° C.  
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- Media related to Tana Glacier at Wikimedia Commons
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