What Is the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge?
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The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is known as the second largest in the National Wildlife Refuge System. The ANWR covers approximately 19.6 million acres of land in northeast Alaska. It is also a home to many animals and species that depend on this as a vital habitat for their survival. Many environmental preservationists believe that the ANWR is one of the nation's last true forms of wilderness remaining, and have even referred to it as the "American Serengeti" because of its wildlife and beautiful landscape (The Artic). …
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