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Bloody River is a river of the North American Arctic tundra in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, Canada. It flows into the Dease Arm of Great Bear Lake in the Northwest Territories at approximately .
An outcrop of Saline River gypsum was noted near Bloody River,(NTS 86 M)* +27.2 15. W. Kupsch "found tails of till-covered bedrock behind eroded rock bosses and referred to such compound landforms as crag-and-tail drumlins" west of Bloody River.
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