Kuchuk (river) – Wikipedia



River in Siberia, Russia

The Kuchuk (Russian: Кучук) is a river in Altai Krai, Russia. The river is 121 kilometres (75 mi) lengthy and has a catchment house of one,020 sq. kilometres (390 sq mi).[1]

The basin of the river is situated within the Rodinsky District.

The Kuchuk has its assets within the southwestern finish of the Ob Plateau, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) to the south of Voznesenka. In its higher path the river flows northwards, then it bends westwards and flows meandering in a more or less western path throughout the Kulunda Simple. In its remaining stretch it heads in a more or less northwestern path. In spite of everything it meets the jap shore of Lake Kuchuk about 5 km (3.1 mi) northwest of Nizhny Kuchuk.[2]


The longest tributary of the Kuchuk is an unnamed 14 km (8.7 mi) lengthy river at the left. The river is in large part fed via groundwater. It’s frozen between November and April.[1][3]

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