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Glacier Bay National Park

Glacier Bay National Park, located in southeastern Alaska, covering 3,878,269 acres (1,569,481 hectares), and visited by over 100,000 people every year. Although covered with glacial ice 200 years ago, the park now includes vast forests and a variety of wildlife, including Alaskan brown bears, mountain goats, wolves, and many types of birds. Made a national monument in 1925, Glacier Bay was designated a national park area in 1980.

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