State Animals Of Alaska

Alaska's wildlife: 16 photos to ... - Mother Nature Network

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Jan 11, 2013 · Alaska's wildlife: 16 photos to make you appreciate untamed places We're celebrating a handful of Alaskan species, from the mighty grizzly to the Harlequin duck.

Home Page - Animal Tracking System - dec.alaska.gov

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Animal Tracking System All the tools needed to move animals into, out of, or within the State of Alaska can be found right here. Questions can be answered by calling the Office of the State

Rabies Information - Alaska Department of Health and ...

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Rabies. Rabies is a virus that can infect all mammals, and it is most frequently transmitted to humans through a bite from a rabid animal. Foxes, especially in the North Slope and Southwest regions, are the most common transmitters of rabies in Alaska.

List of parks in Alaska

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It is what Alaska is all about. - A great place to see the wild side of Alaska fairly close (5-6 miles) from the road system. Wilderness Adventure - On one of our adventures to Kachemak Bay State Park, we waited for high tide and then traveled the narrow, scenic channel that leads into Halibut Cove, with its deep water and its incredibly rocky ...

Pet Import/Export - dec.alaska.gov

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Bringing Pets To and From Alaska. A person may not import or transport any animal into Alaska which is affected by an infectious or communicable disease, or which has been exposed to an infectious or communicable disease. All animals are required to have a current Certificate of Veterinary Inspection...

Alaska! Fun Facts about the Land ... - Ocean Conservancy

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Oct 17, 2018 · While Alaska and its waters host abundant wildlife, Alaska is the least populated state per capita and has just over 700,000 people. It is home to a rich indigenous culture, including 229 Federally Recognized Tribes and 20 indigenous languages. Alaskan Natives are approximately 20% of the State

The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of Alaska - ThoughtCo

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  1. Ugrunaaluk. In September 2015, researchers in Alaska announced the discovery of a new genus of
  2. Alaskacephale. One of the newest pachycephalosaurs (bone-headed dinosaurs) on the prehistoric …
  3. Albertosaurus. As you can guess from its name, Albertosaurus honors Canada's Alberta province, …
  4. Megalneusaurus. One hundred and fifty million years ago, during the late Jurassic period, a large …

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The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is the state agency charged with providing functions relative to the protection of life, property, and wildlife resources. Department members enforce criminal laws, traffic laws and regulations, wildlife laws and regulations, fire laws and regulations, and are additionally responsible for a number of public safety related functions such as search and ...

Alaska Statutes 2019 - Alaska State Legislature

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Agriculture, Animals, and Food. Alcoholic Beverages. Amusements and Sports. Banks and Financial Institutions. Business and Professions. Code of Civil Procedure ...

What Is the State Animal of Alaska? (with pictures)

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The moose, which is a large animal of the deer family, is the official state animal of Alaska. The male moose, often referred to as a bull, will grow large crescent-shaped antlers on the head upon reaching maturity. A females is commonly referred to as cow moose. Moose populate wooded and rural areas of Alaska, and can even be found in some towns and villages. It was not until 1998 that this colossal mammal was designat…

Alaska Statutes | Animal Legal & Historical Center

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AK - Assistance Animal - Alaska A. S. § 09.65.150; 11.76.130; 11… The following statutes comprise …
AK - Bite - § 03.55.030. Dogs th… AS § 03.55.030 This Alaska statute provides tha…
AK - Conversation - Chapter 05. … AS § 03.05.011, § 03.05.013, § … This set of Alaska laws sets fort…
AK - Cruelty - Consolidated Crue… AS § 03.55.100 - 190; AS § 11.6… This section comprises Alaska's …
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What is the State Animal Of... - Animal Emblems of the ...

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The national bird of the United States is the bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), while the national mammal is the American bison (Bison bison). To reflect the huge size and rich diversity of habitats and ecosystems of the U.S., each state has designated its own state mammal, fish, bird, reptile, insect, amphibian, and even dog breed. However, not all states have all animal emblems, since ...

The 11 Best Places To View Wild Animals Roaming In Alaska

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Jul 26, 2018 · The 11 Best Places To View Wild Animals Roaming In Alaska. Most people who dream of visiting Alaska imagine the mountains, the forests and, of course, the animals. Moose, caribou, bears, porcupines, seals, otters, beavers… there are far too many fascinating Alaskan animals to list.

Alaska's Wildlife - Alaska Cruises and 2020 Alaska Cruise ...

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> Alaska's Wildlife Free Alaska Planning Guide State of Alaska Vacation Planner Alaska's Wildlife. It's not suprising that in the land that has the biggest bears in the world, the largest salmon, the greatest gathering of bald eagles and more than half the world's humpback whale population, you'd find this kind of spectacular wilderness. ...

Animals in Alaska, Wild Animals That Live In Alaska ...

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Many of the wild animals that live in Alaska can be found in the state"s many wildlife refuges. As home to the white polar bear, the brown or grizzly bear and the black bear, most of the Alaskan territory is considered bear country, or, as a camper or hiker may say, "beware" country.