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Crew and Scientists

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Description: 5/11/06 The Crew and the Scientists aboard the USCGC Healy gather on the helo deck for a photo in front of the helo. Can you find Sam and Patty?

Abandoned Village

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Description: With the help of a pair of binoculars, I captured an image of the abandoned native village. I wish I could get even closer!

Mainland Alaska

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Description: 5/24/06 - Our first glimpse of the mainland in weeks, the Seward Peninsula.

King Island

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Description: A large rock in the Bering Sea is the abandoned home of a very few native Alaskans. The captain swung the ship in for a closer look at the interesting features of this little island. At first glance King Island is not much more than a 4 square mile rock in the Bering Sea, several miles off the coast of Alaska. On closer look, a small, abandoned village teeters on the edge of the steep cliffs.

King Island – 5/24/06

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Description: Can you find a little green dot near the ship on this map? That’s King Island.

The Bering Sea – 5/24/06

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Description: The Bering Sea – 5/24/06

Bowhead Baleen

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Description: I was able to purchase this piece of carved bowhead whale baleen from a St. Lawrence Island Yupik hunter that visited the Healy. The hairs of this type of baleen feel similar to the hairs of a horse’s tail. A bowhead whale uses its baleen to filter feed by straining out zooplankton (copepods, euphausids, and amphipods) from near the surface of the water.

The Bering Strait

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Description: We are quickly zipping through the stations that are north of St. Lawrence Island. We are headed towards Little Diomede Island in the Bering Strait.

Bearded Seal

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Description: 5/23/06: The Latin name for a bearded seal is Erignathus barbatus. It is classified as a mammal in the suborder of carnivorous marine mammals called pinnipeds. It is in the family of earless pinnipeds called phocids. (Phocids have ears, but no outer ear structure like sea lions.) They are closely related to sea lions and walruses, which are in different families of the same order.

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