Rarytkin

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Rarytkin

 

a mountain range in Magadan Oblast, RSFSR, between the Anadyr’ and Velikaia rivers. Length, approximately 200 km; elevations, to 1,067 m. The range is composed of andesites and argillaceous shales. On the lower slopes and in the valleys there are thickets of alder and dwarf stone pine. Higher up there are lichen and rock tundras.

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