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Harbor seals (Phoca vitulina) off of Adak Island (Pribilofs), part of the Alaska Maritime NWR.

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An orange starfish and sea stacks at dusk on Adak Island, Alaska.

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A tide pool on Adak Island containing pink algae, chitons, and anemones.

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An orange starfish and sea stacks at dusk on Adak Island, Alaska.

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A tide pool on Adak Island containing pink algae, chitons, and anemones.

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A man photographs wildflowers atop Mount Reed on Adak Island in Alaska.

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An immature eagle soars through the sky on Adak Island in Alaska.

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An immature eagle soars through the sky on Adak Island in Alaska.

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A woman stops for lunch while climbing to the top of Mount Reed on Adak Island, Alaska.

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Three people climp to the top of Mt. Reed on Adak Island, Alaska.

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Three people climp to the top of Mt. Reed on Adak Island, Alaska.

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Three people climb to the top of Mt. Reed on Adak Island, Alaska.

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Three people climp to the top of Mt. Reed on Adak Island, Alaska.

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Brown king crab on a docked ship at Adak Island, Alaska. The hold of the ship was full of 35,000 pounds of crab, fished from waters so far out in the Aleutians that the crab stock is thought to be stable.

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Brown king crab on a docked ship at Adak Island, Alaska. The hold of the ship was full of 35,000 pounds of crab, fished from waters so far out in the Aleutians that the crab stock is thought to be stable.

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Brown king crab on a docked ship at Adak Island, Alaska. The hold of the ship was full of 35,000 pounds of crab, fished from waters so far out in the Aleutians that the crab stock is thought to be stable.

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Brown king crab on a docked ship at Adak Island, Alaska. The hold of the ship was full of 35,000 pounds of crab, fished from waters so far out in the Aleutians that the crab stock is thought to be stable.

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A woman snacks on an orange atop Mt. Reed on Adak Island in Alaska.

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Pink salmon migrate upstream toward a spawning ground on Adak Island, Alaska.

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Pink salmon migrate upstream toward a spawning ground on Adak Island, Alaska.

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Pink salmon migrate upstream toward a spawning ground on Adak Island, Alaska.

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