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The Kuzitrin River is a river found on the Seward Peninsulamarker of Northwest Alaskamarker. The river headwaters are at the Lost Jim Lava Flow in the central region of the peninsula, and flows 95 miles west into the Imuruk Basinmarker, which eventually feeds the Bering Seamarker. Kuzitrin tribuatries include the Noxapaga, Kougarok and Pilgrim Rivers.

Its Inuit name was reported in 1900 by Brooks (1901, pl. 3), USGS.

There is one former village site on the lower Kuzitrin, at what is today called Mary's Igloomarker. The village is now abandoned, but is still used for subsistence activities by people from the nearby village of Teller.

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