Vilyui

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Vil·yu·i

 (vĭl-yo͞o′ē)
A river of eastern Russia flowing about 2,450 km (1,520 mi) eastward to the Lena River.
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Average capacity of frozen layer of about 300-400 m and in Vilyuy River basin it equals 1500 m.
Using helicopter and biplane, we traveled to the mining center of Mirnyy, on one of the Lena's major tributaries, the Vilyuy River, and to a reindeer camp deep in the Verkhoyanskiy mountain chain that bounds the Lena to the east.