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    • Study of Artifacts

    • Study of Artifacts

    • Title taken from attached note.
      "University of Alaska Photo. 22 January 1962. Study of Artifacts - University of Alaska students talk with Ludwig Rowinski, museum director, about a kayak on display at the state university museum. In the...

    • UAF-61-2
    • Muskoxen

    • Muskoxen

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this picture two musk oxen can be seen huddled together in the cold, their nose and mouths are frosted with snow. These stocky animals are found in Alaska and other northern regions. They have short legs and long shaggy,...

    • UAF-2003-194-61
    • Polar Bear

    • Polar Bear

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this picture a polar bear is sitting on the snow and gazing ahead.

      Cataloguer's nore: The Polar bears are the largest land carnivore in the world, they have elongated bodies and slender necks and their coats vary...

    • UAF-2003-194-159
    • Moose

    • Moose

    • Title by cataloguer.
      The moose is standing among the trees, seemingly aware of the camera.

      The moose is the largest of the deer family, is found in the northern regions of the world. One of its identifying features is the broad,...

    • UAF-2003-194-2437
    • Arctic fox.

    • Arctic fox.

    • Title by cataloguer. This is a close up photograph of a baby black fox cub with eyes bareley open.

      Cataloguer's note: The Arctic fox only live in northern Alaska, the Northwest Territories, parts of Iceland and the coast of Greenland....

    • UAF-2003-194-2452
    • Seal.

    • Seal.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      This is a close-up shot of a seal. A group of them can be seen in the background.

      Cataloguer's note: There are 18 seal species in the world. The largest seal, the elephant seal can weigh as much as 5,000 pounds,...

    • UAF-2003-194-3537
    • Seals

    • Seals

    • Title by cataloguer.
      A group of seals are seen at the bottom of a cliff near the water. Cataloguer's note: There are 18 seal species in the world. The largest seal, the elephant seal can weigh as much as 5,000 pounds, and the smallest weighs as...

    • UAF-2003-194-3540
    • Walrus.

    • Walrus.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      This is a photograph of a Walrus swiming in the bay. The walrus defining feature is the protruding tusk which extends downward from the mouth; they have thick wrinkled skin, often with little hair in older animals. They...

    • UAF-2003-194-2777
    • Walruses

    • Walruses

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this view a group of walruses are hiddeled together on the beach. The walrus defining feature is the protruding tusk which extends downward from the mouth; they have thick wrinkled skin, often with little hair in older...

    • UAF-2003-194-3877
    • Northern fur Seal.

    • Northern fur Seal.

    • Title by cataloguer.
      The Seal is seen lying down on a patch of grass with a raised head, and looking straight ahead. His thick black fur glisens in the distance.

      The Northern fur seal can spend up to 22 months in the sea, and ocean....

    • UAF-2003-194-4048
    • Northern fur seals.

    • Northern fur seals.

    • Title by cataloger.
      The animals in this photo were originally identified as Steller sea lions. Identification as northern fur seals courtesy of Ian Dickson, a staff biologist with URS Corporation in Anchorage.

    • UAF-2003-194-4061
    • Dall sheep

    • Dall sheep

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this view a dall sheep is seen standing among long grass with fall colors.

      Cataloguer's note: The Dall sheep are an arctic and subarctic animals. Their distinguishing feature is their curling horns.The horns...

    • UAF-2003-194-414
    • Brown Bears

    • Brown Bears

    • Title by cataloguer.
      The brown bear also known as the grizzly usually has dark brown hair, varying from light creamy to black. Their distinguishing feature is the hump on their shoulders, a slight "dished" profile to the face and long claws on...

    • UAF-2003-194-5685
    • Dall Sheep (Rams)

    • Dall Sheep (Rams)

    • Title by cataloguer.
      In this photograph a group of rams with long curling horns are in view.

      Cataloguer's note: The Dall sheep are an arctic and subarctic animals. Their distinguishing feature is their curling horns. The horns take...

    • UAF-2003-194-4192

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