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Tuntutuliak Population: 409

Total Males: 234
Total Females: 175
Median Household Income: $35,972
Total Households: 87

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Brief Information About Tuntutuliak

Tuntutuliak is a census-designated place located in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is within in Bethel Census Area. The total area is about 119.4 square miles at 60°20′34″N 162°40′22″W. Yup'ik is the village main dialect and English as their second language spoken. The name Tuntutuliak means "the land of many caribou." Qinaq was a former place where the village first settlers lived in before they moved to Tuntutuliak. There were 408 individuals living in the CDP according to the 2010 census data. The population density was 3.4/sq mi. Estimated median household income was around $37,176 in 2015. Tuntutuliak has Zip code 99680.

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