Tensas River

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Ten·sas River

 (tĕn′sô′)
A river, about 400 km (250 mi) long, of northeast Louisiana flowing south to the Ouachita River.
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One population of Louisiana black bear lives on Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge, a 65,000-acre tract in northeast Louisiana.
The collection locality lies within the boundaries of the Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge.