See the World
A native of Glacier Bay National Park breaches for a quick picture before submerging back into the frigid waters. The national park is located in Southeast Alaska, west of Juneau. The vast richness and variety of the 3.3-million-acre preserve’s landscape are home to over forty mammal species, including the humpback whale, which spends summers in the cold Alaskan waters. Visitors willing to wait may experience this beautiful display of nature in its rawest form.
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