Sungari


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Sun·ga·ri

 (so͝ong′gə-rē)

Sungari

(ˈsʊŋɡərɪ)
n
(Placename) another name for the Songhua

Song•hua

(ˈsɔŋˈʰwɑ)

n.
a river in NE China, flowing through Manchuria into the Amur. 800 mi. (1287 km) long.
Also called Song′hua Jiang′ (dʒyɑŋ) Sungari.
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One other population survived in East Manchuria at the interfluve of the Ussuri and Sungari Rivers [17] (Abramov 1949); it was isolated long enough to develop different antler morphology than moose in the Sikhote Alin (Rakov 1965).