Muling Ho

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Muling Ho

 

(Muleng), a river in northeastern China, a left tributary of the Ussuri River. It is 577 km long and drains an area of 18,500 sq km. The Muling Ho rises on the western slopes of the Mulingwochiling Range. In its upper reaches it flows over mountainous terrain, and in its lower reaches along the Hangk’ai lowland. Timber is floated on the Muling Ho.

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