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The Bering Sea has as its southern border a line running from Kabuch Point (54°48′N 163°21′W) in the Alaskan Peninsula through the Aleutian Islands to the southern extreme of the Commander Islands and on to Cape Kamchatka, in such a way that we take in all the narrow waters of the Bering Sea between Alaska and Kamchatka.

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There is no doubt that the very best of this area is its marine wildlife; we will encounter sea lions, sea bears, sea apes, insular seal and a great variety of whales: sperm, killer whale, Cuvier’s beaked whale; dolphins and sea swine, Minke’s whales, sei whale, humpback whale, Pacific right whale and many other species. Bird rookeries and breeding grounds are in abundance here.

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