What’s that you say? It’s Sea #Otter Awareness Week and these otters are excited to celebrate! Approximately 90 percent of the world’s sea otters live in coastal Alaska, they have the thickest fur of any animal with up to 1 million hair follicles per square inch, and are one of the few mammals that use tools. What’s your favorite #seaotter fact? Photo from #Alaska’s#GlacierBay National Park and Preserve (@glacierbaynps) by Becky King, #NationalPark Service. #usinterior#findyourpark
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Spent six hours playing tourist on a glacier cruise with @jhampton93 and @tristinclark_ while we were in Seward last week. Although we had typical southeast Alaska weather (cloudy and wet), it was still incredible to get up close and personal with the artwork that was sculpted by glaciers long ago. This pillar withstood the power of the glaciers while the surrounding rock gave way, leaving this bare rock pillar in the water.
Wir haben ihn gefunden: Den Platz von dem wir glauben, dass hier der KAROQ erfunden wurde!
Auf der Spitze von Pillar Mountain lässt sich nicht nur der Hafen von Kodiak überblicken, sondern auch riesige Windräder beobachten.
Das war doch bestimmt die Inspiration für den Namen KAROQ - denn die Windräder sehen Pfeilen schon recht ähnlich, oder!? Mehr Impressionen von unserer Reise nach #Alaska findet ihr in der heutigen Instagram Story!
Foto von @ladyvenom