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The fishing village of Kiryamboga, against the base of the east wall of the Albertine Rift.

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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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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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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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