The Arctic Wildlife Refuge In Alaska Is America’s Serengeti And Is Truly Something To Marvel Over

The Arctic Wildlife Refuge is one of the most untouched ecosystems on the planet. With almost 20 million acres of land in Alaska, it is large and filled with stunning wildlife! It has hundreds of endangered species that count it as critical habitat, and is commonly referred to as “America’s Serengeti!”

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