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Rock formation at the base of the branch of the Lena Delta
The Lena River Delta is one of the longest rivers in the World. It flows North from Lake Baikal in Russia and opens into the Laptev Sea. At the river mouth the river forms a 32,000 sq km delta - the largest in the World. The tundra in the delta supports a rich fish population and many important migratory birds who make their way from around the World to nest in it's fertile grounds when the long Winter ends.