Glacier bay national park, gulf of Alaska

Covering 13,000 square kilometres or 8000 square miles, the park contains the largest group of high peaks on the continent, the largest icefield outside the polar caps and 16 huge tidewater glaciers- producing large numbers of icebergs each year. 

Vegetation varies from alpine tundra to coastal forests and even some temperate forests. Both black and grizzly bears, mountain goat moustia wolves and dar sheep can be found here. Sea life around here includes humpback whales, orcas, sea lions, sea otters and a variety of birds.

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